Editors Join “Back to Frank Black” Google+ Hangout

Yesterday, Back to Frank Black editors and Fourth Horseman Press publishers Adam Chamberlain and Brian A. Dixon joined the Back to Frank Black team of Troy Foreman and James McLean for their inaugural Google+ Hangout. The conversation was skilfully hosted and directed by the wonderful author and critic John Kenneth Muir, and you can now relive the entire hour-plus event on YouTube via the video embedded below. The discussion … Continue reading

Notes from Authors on “Back to Frank Black”

One of the great joys of publishing any book, after months if not years of travail, is to reveal it to its audience. In the case of Back to Frank Black—and indeed a number of Fourth Horseman Press projects—that joy is multiplied as we finally get to share the finished product with our many collaborators, … Continue reading

Chris Carter Completes Line-Up For “Back to Frank Black”

We are proud and excited to be able to confirm the final name to join Back to Frank Black as a contributing writer: none other than series creator Chris Carter. Complementing forewords by both Lance Henriksen and Frank Spotnitz, Carter has penned the volume’s introduction, and it goes without saying that we are massively pleased and hugely grateful to … Continue reading

“Back to Frank Black”: Exploring “Millennium”

Working to bring the Back to Frank Black book to you all continues to be an exciting and rewarding project, with a few months’ effort ahead of us yet now before we can unveil it to you all.  Rest assured we will be working very hard over that period on the content and presentation of the book … Continue reading

Fourth Horseman Press to Publish “Back to Frank Black”

Lance Henriksen as Frank Black

Fourth Horseman Press is proud to announce Back to Frank Black, an upcoming book based on the Fox television series Millennium(1996-1999) and produced in association with the titular campaign to return its protagonist and television’s greatest criminal profiler, Frank Black, to the screen. Back to Frank Black offers fans of Millennium a hitherto unprecedented volume of material exploring this landmark … Continue reading