“I was inspired by your Talk for writing presentation and have tried some of the ideas in my science lessons. I feel that it is a natural next step for us. If you are interested, I have video interviews with year 11 students who used the approach and found it enormously helpful.” – science teacher, Lancashire “I attended your Talk-for-Writing conference in London last Friday (you may remember me, I was the Professor of Dragonology). I found the entire day truly inspirational! It is now my job to inspire others in my school.” – Reading Assistant Head (and Professor of Dragonology)
Thank you Jorden! I love you and everything you do, especially giving free writing advice to broke aspiring creatives like myself! Anyway, I wanted to return the favor to you and your audience by telling you about this AMAAAAZZING new tool I stumbled across the other day. And, its called Airstory. Basically its an application that you can store, tag, categorize snippets of content for various projects. It’s in beta right now, but I got an invite within minutes of my request. Check it out. Hope you like it as much as I do. (I use it for crafting cover letters currently)
Due to its merging of the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises, "Into the Great Unknown" has received significant attention on several websites. Frank DiaGacomo of Vanity Fair wrote an article on the story in the website's "Culture" section, and contacted W. Haden Blackman to find out more about the story's development.  also spotlighted the comic in 2009 ,  and Cyriaque Lamar of the blog io9 wrote an article on the comic in May 2011 that highlighted what he saw as the depressing nature of its story.  Although "Into the Great Unknown" is the first officially-licensed work to include both Solo and Jones, two creations of George Lucas, Blackman is unsure whether Lucas is aware of the story's existence.