Back to Frank Black

 

Back to Frank Black: A Return to Chris Carter's Millennium is a non-fiction volume that features a number of interviews with key cast and crew written by Adam Chamberlain as well as an original essay from the author: "Evil Has Many Faces: The Darkness in the World of Millennium," an in-depth examination of the core themes explored by the series.

 

Back to Frank Black: A Return to Chris Carter's Millennium. Edited by Adam Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon. Fourth Horseman Press, 2012.

 

 Back to Frank Black

 

 

 

Columbia & Britannia

 

Columbia & Britannia, an anthology co-edited with Brian A. Dixon, presents two all-new alternate history stories from Adam Chamberlain: "Flag Day" and "The Twelfth Man." Both stories use the genre to examine points of divergence and themes of personal identity against the backdrop of dramatic events in a very British North America. The book was nominated for the 2010 Sidewise Award for Alternate History.

 

Columbia & Britannia: An Alternate History. Edited by Adam Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon. Fourth Horseman Press, 2009.

 

 Columbia & Britannia

 The Sidewise Awards

  

 

The Final Curtain

 

In Cover From the Sky, a young couple flee to their log cabin retreat to escape an impending disaster, but even as they seek refuge these extreme circumstances open cracks in their own union, exposing emotions that have simmered just under the surface of their daily routines but which are finally about to erupt in dramatic fashion. The Final Curtain asks can love survive the end of the world? Witness couples pushed to their dramatic limits in this paperback that brings together two original, one-act plays from Revelation editors Adam Chamberlain and Brian A. Dixon.

 

Chamberlain, Adam & Dixon, Brian A. The Final Curtain. Fourth Horseman Press, 2005.

 

 The Final Curtain

  

 

"The Invasion of the Moon Monkeys"

 

"The Invasion of the Moon Monkeys" is a madcap slice of sci-fi that apes the genre, as a unique hero makes a stand against a simian invading force. Indisputably playing by its own rules, this short story features in the Alien Invasion! theme issue of Revelation 3.3.

 

"The Invasion of the Moon Monkeys." Revelation (Vol. 3 Iss. 3) March 2006: 31-45.

 

 Revelation

 

 

Drunk Monkeys: Interview

 

"Frank Black is a character who, living in dark times, steps up and takes responsibility through his work to make the world a better, more hopeful place. He is a powerfully heroic figure to me, imbued with so much integrity."

 

INTERVIEW: Adam Chamberlain & Brian A. Dixon

 

 

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Adam Chamberlain is the Associate Publisher for Fourth Horseman Press and co-editor on a number of its publications, including Columbia & Britannia, which was nominated for the 2010 Sidewise Award for Alternate History. He has also been a consultant for and contributor to the Back to Frank Black campaign for the past two years, and was inspired by Frank Black and Millennium to complete a degree in psychology and criminology. He lives in London.