Jeg ved en smule 😛 Jeg ved bestemt ikke alt, jeg ved for eksempel ikke om de planlægger at oversætte videre i Black dagger-serien, men det skulle undre mig meget hvis de ikke gjorde.
Jeg ved med sikkerhed, at der erplaner om at fortsætte oversættelserne af både The Hollows og Morganville Vampires..
På Tellerups hjemmeside kan man gå ind og se deres kommende udgivelser – den er ikke altid helt up to date dog. De har også en Facebookside, hvor de plejer at være søde til at svare på spørgsmål – det er for eksempel derfra jeg ved, at de fortsætter med The Hollows..
Håber det hjalp 😛
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Morten: That will be the ‘Glass Shrimp’. Hands down. End of story. That fly was a homerun so to speak. My flag ship and my proudest moment – and it really got my name “out there”. Time will test its capabilities whether it will become a “classic” in the future. But I’ve caught 6 saltwater species on it so far (seatrout, flounder, garfish, mackerel, weever, and cod). So I know it works. It eventually lead to a whole glass series, which I’m very proud of as well. There are many fly tiers out there, and they all wants to “reinvent” the wheel. I think that the ‘Glass Shrimp’ and its cousins ignited a spark in a whole new breed of fly tiers. And also creativity in what can be done with just a few materials and some UV-resin. As an example: Jonatans extremely beautiful “super shrimp”. I mean look at that thing! That is the best damn looking shrimp fly I have ever seen since Kern Lunds “Perfect Leo Shrimp”!