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PostPosted: Thu Feb 04, 2016 9:55 am    Post subject: PR: Avengerworld - The Avengers in Our Lives (Charity Title) Reply with quote

Published this Saturday by Hidden Tiger to mark what would have been
Patrick Macnee's 94th birthday:




The Avengers is a remarkable television series...
and its fans are remarkable, too!


From its debut in 1961, The Avengers soon became a worldwide cultural phenomenon, rewriting the rulebook of television drama along the way. It was a revolutionary series that led by example, always playfully pushing the boundaries, twisting perceptions and defying those who wished to pigeonhole it. Despite its lofty achievements, it never forgot that its primary objective was to entertain its audience. And entertain it most certainly did, inspiring successive generations to welcome The Avengers into their hearts and engage in fandom.

Right from its foreword by pioneering television historian Dave Rogers to its afterword by Jason Whiton of SpyVibe, Avengerworld celebrates the series, its international fandom and its fans. Over the course of more than forty essays, Avengers fans the world over relate how they first encountered the series, how they grew up with it at their sides, forged friendships, engaged with fandom, and were inspired to do extraordinary things.

Proceeds from this book will be donated to Champion Chanzige, a charity organisation that exists to improve conditions for underprivileged children at a primary school in Southern Tanzania – and helps them to do extraordinary things, too.


Essays written by:
Tatiana Bakina
Roy Bettridge
Vincenzo Boccini
Koen Braem
Barry Clarke
Derek Dubery
Barnaby Eaton-Jones
Ben Elshout
Robert Fairclough
David Fakrikian
J.Z. Ferguson
Dick Fiddy
Margaret Gordon
Sarah Hadley
Alan Hayes
Alys Hayes
Martin Holder
Frank Hui
John Humphreys
Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Piers Johnson
B. Jones
Brendan Jones
Denis Kirsanov
Jan van Leeuwen
Joseph Lloyd
Rodney Marshall
Dave Matthews
Richard McGinlay
Alistair McGown
Anthony McKay
Mona Morstein
Peter Motte
Irina Nikitina
Alex Pinfold
Michael Richardson
Dave Rogers
Joris Royer
James Speirs
Christine Stutz
Olga Svecharnik
Kimberly Thompson
Jason Whiton
Stanislaw Wiatrowski
Jaz Wiseman

This title will be issued in these editions:
• Deluxe Hardcover with Dust Jacket
• Perfect Bound Paperback

228mm x 152mm - US Trade Size
294 pages - English language

Watch this space! Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2016 7:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

6th February - a very special, and the perfect, publishing date - Patrick Macnee's birthday.
It's a stylishly attractive looking book with a stunning cast list of Avengers authors -
I've just ordered hardback and softback copies.
Thank you, Alan, for compiling, editing and writing for such a very fine anthology.
I think Patrick would have loved it Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2016 11:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In case anyone's wondering how mrs_emma_peel could have ordered copies before the launch - contributors were offered the chance to get orders in early as a thank you for all their hard work.

Thanks for ordering!

I have some quite remarkable news regarding the fundraising to share tomorrow. Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2016 3:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Avengerworld now published and available to buy. Proper PR in the morning, but anyone who fancies getting an order in early, here are the links.

The charity Champion Chanzige benefits from each sale, and already - thanks to contributor purchases - the amount raised by the book stands at £164.26. Mighty impressive!

HARDCOVER - http://www.lulu.com/content/hardcover-book/avengerworld---the-avengers-in-our-lives-hb/18224075

PAPERBACK - http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/avengerworld---the-avengers-in-our-lives/18224033

The promo code LULURC should save purchasers 25% and get free shipping too. This won't affect the charity's revenues. Smile

If it doesn't work FWD15 will discount by 15%.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 06, 2016 12:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Avengerworld - Official Announcement



I'm delighted to announce that today, to coincide with what would have been the late, great Patrick Macnee's 94th birthday, Avengerworld, a charity anthology that I have co-ordinated and edited is published in his memory. The book's been in the works for more than a year and obviously it didn't start out as a tribute to Patrick, but the news of his sad death last year and the focus of many essays on what an inspiration he was... well, it just seemed to be the perfect thing to dedicate to one of the great heroes of television drama.

The essays (and there are 43 of them!) take the theme "The Avengers in my life" and each author approaches the subject from his or her unique perspective. Fans from many nations are represented in the book and they reveal what it was like to grow up with The Avengers in different parts of the world - Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, the UK and the USA.

Among the writers are the pioneering television historian Dave Rogers, who has written the foreword - returning to write about The Avengers after more than ten years - and Jason Whiton of SpyVibe, who delivers the afterword. It wouldn't be fair to highlight specific writers beyond these two, but suffice it to say that the quality of writing is very high throughout the book. There are names that you may well recognise and others that will be new to you. I've worked with all these people over the last year, and I must say it has been a huge pleasure to co-ordinate the Avengerworld book - one of the highlights of my time in fandom.

The book is, I believe, valuable in the way that it documents fan experiences in different cultures and environments, but it is doubly important in that it is a charity title which will help improve the lives of underprivileged children at a primary school in Chanzige, South Tanzania. Each book sold benefits our charity partner Champion Chanzige, a small but very worthy organisation which makes a real difference to the children and staff at the school.

Pre-launch sales to contributors have meant that £183.86 has been raised for the cause already as a result of Avengerworld purchases. I hope that this is a good sign for the success of the book and our aim to send a lot of money the way of Champion Chanzige.

Full details are available at Hidden Tiger: Avengerworld - The Avengers in Our Lives.

The discount code LULURC should save purchasers 25% and gain them free priority shipping. The code has proved itself not valid in some countries, but it is possible to get the code to work in countries where it appears not to Changing Store to United States.

Please note that use of these promotional codes will not affect the charity's revenues.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 1:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is almost an international Who’s Who (got the episode title in there) of Avengers fandom and I think Alan has achieved a very positive thing with this volume bringing the various enthusiasts of The Avengers and The New Avengers together. Personally, one of the reasons I go to forums is to get away from the real world, which can be very unpleasant at times and so again its good thing that a lot of us who met on the net through our combined interest in the series are doing some good in the real world.

My chapter covers how I became interested in where The Avengers was filmed and how I began tracking down the actual filming locations. This in turn led to the involvement of Time Screen magazine with Tony McKay, Andrew Pixley and Annette Hill joining me in location hunting, which eventually brought about the Dead Man’s Treasure Hunt event and Tony’s website A Guide to Avengerland.
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Thanks for the kind words, Mike. It's been a great pleasure co-ordinating this project and working with so many talented writers with such great stories to tell.

Your own story is fascinating as many of us just take for granted that this episode was filmed in this place, and that one was filmed in that place, but people like you, Tony, Annette and many others actually went out and found them - and it's splendid to have that story documented.

There are many other stories equally fascinating in the book, so if anyone's thinking this book sounds interesting... It is! Buy it and support a very good cause in Chanzige, Tanzania.

HARDCOVER - http://www.lulu.com/content/hardcover-book/avengerworld---the-avengers-in-our-lives-hb/18224075
PAPERBACK - http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/avengerworld---the-avengers-in-our-lives/18224033

Remember to use the code LULURC to save bundles without affecting the charity's revenues!

Current funds raised for Champion Chanzige: £303!
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 5:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Can't wait to read this - it sounds fascinating. I've always been curious about how other folks came to be avid Avenger fans.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 8:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes I look forward to this as well. I feel lucky that money came up to allow me to order the book

For me, the Avengers has always had a very personal effect on me and my relationship with my family. Strangely enough this is the first time I ever talked about "my story".

Mike's story sounds like a grand adventure and I always envied the people who got to attend the treasure hunt
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 10:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Treasure Hunt still runs today... and people from the States do come over for it... so never say never.

I love your essay, Frank. It's one I regularly sent out to other writers as an example of how to do it! Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 2:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A Message for Avengers fans from Tanzania.

https://vimeo.com/154511558

Buy Avengerworld and help these little wonders! Smile

(Thanks to Andy Dobson for filming this lovely item.)
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2016 11:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

frank wrote:
Yes I look forward to this as well. I feel lucky that money came up to allow me to order the book

For me, the Avengers has always had a very personal effect on me and my relationship with my family. Strangely enough this is the first time I ever talked about "my story".

Mike's story sounds like a grand adventure and I always envied the people who got to attend the treasure hunt


Frank

I have had a lot of enjoyment over the years tracking down filming locations from The Avengers and The New Avengers, and when Alan asked me to contribute something of a personal nature for the book, the story of how I began location hunting and how I started the Dead Man's Treasure Hunt event seemed to be the logical thing to write about.

As Alan pointed out, there were three attendees from the States at last year's event. Before the event got underway officially on the Friday evening, I met up with Alan and Alys, plus Margo and Jason from California and we toured the local Avengers locations within five miles of Elstree Studios and had a really good time in the process.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2016 11:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

We did indeed! Great day that was, Mike. Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 9:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My copy arrived this morning - Alan/Hidden Tiger Books/Lulu have produced a very fine book indeed. I like the outstanding cover, the quality of paper, the clarity of the font, the lay-out of the text with the well designed spacing of the beautifully italicized quotes and the distinctive sub-headings - all of which, make it a very comfortable read.

Thoroughly enjoying being mesmerized by Avengerworld today - what a wonderful encyclopedic treasure of extraordinary international golden memories - fabulous Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 12, 2016 9:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thinking about Avengerworld...

It's great to have the stories of Avengers fandom, important in both general and more personal terms, committed to print.

In Mike Richardson's and Tony McKay's cases this meant how so many locations were found and the Dead Man's Treasure Hunt initiated, while in others there are some fascinating stories that are told.

Not the least of these is a mammoth essay by Denis Kirsanov from Moscow, which not only reveals how he discovered The Avengers in Perestroika era Russia, but also details quite possibly the only record in print of the foreign programmes (not just The Avengers) that were shown in Soviet Russia and Russia after the breakdown of communism. Denis weaves all this into a deeply personal account that exceeded the word count by nearly 20,000 words in the original Russian that it was written in.

It was so good that I ran it with only minor trims. I can't recommend it highly enough, though that is something that I can honestly say about all the essays, the standard of which is very high in my opinion.

http://www.hiddentigerbooks.co.uk/avengers_avengerworld_charity.htm

We've not had any sales go through today as yet. Hopefully the details about Denis' piece will be too enticing for people to resist!

Charity total stands currently at £418.68. As I've said, it'll be great to get the total to £500 by the end of the month. Will keep everyone posted.

If buying, don't forget to use the LULURC discount code!
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Part way through this volume - dipping in and out of the essays at random rather than following them in the proffered order - and very, very much enjoying what I'm reading.

Some of the pieces are lovely, cozy little bits of nostalgia, evocatively resurrecting memories which make me believe - as I read them - that the 1980s was the most exciting possible decade to be fascinated in archival television because, through scarcity of publications and home video media, there was so much still to discover. Tony McKay and Mike Richardson are two of my oldest and dearest friends, the sort of people who thirty years later you are still delighted to have in your life because of their wonderful desire to learn new things, to piece together new bits of research ... and to make me laugh with their observations on some of the more absurd elements of what they discover. As such, their recollections were very powerful on a personal level, but also very comforting because the value they have taken from their experiences seems to have been very much about the richness of their journeys through the landscape of Avengerland ... not just the sole objective of reaching a destination which may or may not ultimately disappoint with what it has to offer.

Dick Fiddy's piece is similarly fascinating ... but rather different; I never got to the Scala Cinema when it was doing its wonderful work in the early 1980s, so reading about it and the experiences was very lovely.

But it's the experiences which - for me - are "international" are where this book really blossoms with delight, and why I've been chatting and e-mailing people I know quite a lot about it this week. What really, really impresses me with so much of what I've read is about getting the different perspectives on how "The Avengers" has been broadcast, viewed and admired by so many people with very, very different lives to my own. Different ages, different genders and - above all - different parts of this very, very varied world. As I say, I'm still dipping in and out of this tome so I'm aware there's many delights yet to come, but so far I've been vastly taken with pieces such as Tatiana and her encounter with a movie poster on a trip to Paris, Ben and Jan's independent discoveries of the full story and landscape behind "De Wreckers" on KRO, Vincenzo being captivated by the stylish action offered in "Gli infallibili tre" on RAI2, Koen's exposure to so much British televisual product and his ingenuity and thirst to follow Steed's escapades in Belgium, Margaret's connections between seeing the filmed exploits in the US and her dad's experiences in the war, Piers' vivid descriptions of how the incarnations of the Avengers could be followed down under, Irina's shifting perspective on Steed's female colleagues as she savoured the shows on Petersburg's channel, Christine's marvelous account of admiring "Mit Schirm, Charme und Melone" on ARD (as well as reuniting me with "Pan Tau" who haunted the airwaves of S4C ... and all manner of other fascinating trivia), Kimberly's super account of how syndicated reruns captured her imagination ... and (as I think everyone will agree) Denis' amazingly recounted experiences of post-Perestroika schooling and broadcasting, conveying so brilliantly the nature of Russian broadcasting of imported shows and the amazing devotion which this wonderful show has inspired in him.

I'm sure that there are many more parts of the world (including corners of the UK!) that I've still yet to visit in numerous other doubtlessly enjoyable essays just as soon as I find a spare moment to sit down and relish them.

And there's also Dave Rogers' foreword which - as per my comments earlier about the contributions from Tony, Mike and Dick - immediately reminds me of the sheer excitement of the pre-internet days of television study. One of the downsides of the internet is that it's exposed me to a lot of negativity in so many fields where it's been very easy for people to criticize what's gone before rather than celebrating what it achieved and how it opened the portals for Where We Are Now. I know that Dave isn't truly active on the television front any more, and it pains me now when I see his work being taken to task all these years later; one now looks at volumes like "The ITV Encyclopedia of Adventure" and realise that it is the single work that effectively fuelled and drove Network DVD's catalogue. And when his book "The Avengers" appeared in 1983, it was very, very important. Still is. To have a detailed volume cataloguing and contextualising an archive television series of this nature was a dream come true, and it's so easy to forget this now when a few seconds Googling will unveil mountains of sheer data and probably the shows themselves. But I know that no matter how many scripts, call sheets, films, cuttings or archival references I have access to, no matter how much time I have assembling my text on any series, I shall never, ever be able to put together a book which is as staggeringly important and inspiring as Dave did with "The Avengers" over thirty years ago. And seeing his contribution to this kaleidoscope of affection means a lot to me.

Hope others are enjoying this as much as I am.

All the best

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Thank you, Andrew. I am so delighted that you're enjoying reading the book as much as you obviously are. Smile

Working on the book for a year, I've been impressed with each chapter as it's been delivered, but am now probably too close to the whole thing to truly know its value, so it's hugely satisfying to read your potted review.

Thank you. Smile
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Can't wait to receive my copy! I'm so intrigued, as Andrew pointed out, about how The Avengers series has been perceived and enjoyed in different cultures over the years, and about how the show has been a touchstone for so many of us in different ways. So happy to be a part of the project Smile

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I'm curious about other reviews.
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The very good review of the book from Andrew. And nice to hear good words from Alan and Andrew for my essay.

When I first learned that Alan planned to create "Avengerworld", book which will include the memories of fans from around the world, I thought, that despite the fact that there will be subconsciously to arise the question "How many the book will be actually of great value for people who did not participate in the project?" it's a good point for the history of fandom - history of the first generation of fans of the series and those who have started to get acquainted with the series later. The idea to create a diary, which I sure will acquire more value with the passage of time, was the factor that I decided to participate for the first time as a serious writer in the production for the general public. I never considered myself a good writer in all directions at all, but the theme of "TV series in Russia" was one of those that I felt I must to reveal for those interested in the history of the Avengers in the countries where it seemed a little or not fans of the series. For many years I dreamed to study, at the least, part of the series history in Africa, Asia and parts of Europe (Finland, Sweden, Poland, Czechoslovakia ...), etc. and all this led that I decided to write the memoirs in style, how would it looked if I read the author's material from other little-study country in Avengers area. I have seen a sense such material not only as a history of the Avengers, but the development of television production in the country to better understand what was period of time when functioned the series and a group of fans in.
Thus, the first problem of this material was that I could not put such content into a small volume - I consulted with Alan and it was decided that I write material, and in the end there will editing.
In the process, there was a wonderful thing, I discovered the old TV schedules and using them found out that some of the information about foreign products in USSR on the internet and the old printed materials is incorrect. That said, it was important to investigate this topic thoroughly and to post for the first time the correct list of TV products, which was done.
Then, the material about the development of the series and foreign Movie and TV production in Russia began to get so many long that I realized that all of this can to result in a whole book and began to squeeze the narrative maximally. As a result, I was dissatisfied with my work, but Alan conducted the editing in so way that when I read it, I was happy that it was comfortably for learn, and the main thing - the value of information and the meaning has been preserved intact.
I read some of the other essays by Russian authors that are presented in the book, and I must say I got new knowledge. Yes, I'm sure any author in this book will enrich a reader with new knowledge.
For instance, Tatiana Bakova (April Kane), the creator of single Russian the Avengers group (in social network VK), wrote not only about the acquaintance with series and the establishment of the group, but the memories of the unique TV brodcasting of the series in Hungary in 1968, some of the details about a single movie screening the series in Moscow (in a famous cinema club) etc. That is, if I have learned the new material in the essays by Russian writers (which they did not previously told elsewhere), then how many things I'll be able to learn from the essays by writers outside of native country?
I look forward to when the book falls into my hands, to delve into the memories of others.
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