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“Escape” Micro Fiction vs Poetry Contest Winners Announced

Posted by Chrissey - 22nd October 2012

Our “Escape” writing contest for micro fiction and poetry received a record 29 entries from 24 different writers. We’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who took part and helped make this the best and most exciting … Continue reading


Introducing Books from The Great Escape.

Posted by Chrissey - 17th October 2012

Since we launched in 2011, we’ve shared a lot of great fiction on this site and now we’re expanding our fiction division to include books and ebooks for sale. You can find all the information about the books we have … Continue reading


The Great Escape & Hellbound Media will be at BristolCon 2012!

Posted by Rich - 15th October 2012

The Great Escape and our partner comic book company Hellbound Media will be at BristolCon, the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Convention happening on Saturday the 20th of October at the Ramada Jarvis Hotel, near Bristol Temple Meads Station. Chrissey Harrison (writer/director … Continue reading


Gabriel Cushing vs the Zombie Vampires – Launch Event at Comic Guru in Cardiff (Sat 13th Oct, 10am)

Posted by Chrissey - 11th October 2012

This Saturday, join the team from The Great Escape to celebrate the launch of Gabriel Cushing vs the Zombie Vampires, our new eight part web series. We’ll be at Comic Guru (13 Wood Street, Cardiff) from 10am till closing time, … Continue reading


Jonathan Coulton CD Giveaway Winner

Posted by Chrissey - 8th October 2012

Congratulations to Andrew Fisher, you’re our winner and your signed CD will be on it’s way to you soon. We decided Andrew’s creative approach to the comment challenge deserved recognition. Thanks to everyone who took part, we hope you’ll stop … Continue reading


Official Poster for Gabriel Cushing vs the Zombie Vampires!

Posted by Chrissey - 2nd October 2012

Today we released the official poster for Gabriel Cushing versus the Zombie Vampires, our upcoming web series. The fantastic art work is courtesy of Neil McClements.


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