Happy release of Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery and The Missing Pieces day! Like so many of you, I’ve waited decades to see the scenes cut from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, and having watched them over the weekend for Rue Morgue Magazine, I can tell you that you won’t be let down by what David Lynch has compiled.
I’ll let you know when the review is published; in the meantime, here’s my friend Kimym Robertson unboxing the brand new Blu-ray set!
The official Wrapped In Plastic: Twin Peaks promo post card just arrived…in the mail (see what I did there?)
Thanks to Crissy, Troy and Erin at ECW Press for making these. You can pre-order the book now at ecwpress.com/twinpeaks.
“There were a lot of dark moments making that show, where I had to go sit in a corner and just think about what I had to do.” – Ray Wise to Andy Burns, February 2014
Hi there and welcome to Wrapped In Plastic: Twin Peaks, the site for my forthcoming book on the series, to be published in February 2015 by ECW Press. My plan for this particular site is to share updates as we head towards publication. This being my first book, it’s been an interesting trip seeing it come to fruition, and I plan on including info on the whole process here. I’ll also be updating the site with transcripts of the various interviews I conducted with Twin Peaks alum for both Wrapped In Plastic: Twin Peaks, and the cover story I did for Rue Morgue magazine in March 2014. The article turned out very well and hopefully fandom enjoyed it, but, unsurprisingly, there’s lots of content that couldn’t make it into the finished article and sidebars. This will be the place to find them.
Coming up first, though, is my trip to North Bend for the Twin Peaks Fest. I’m psyched to be going and seeing the sites, and also meeting all the other fans that are making the trek as well. I’ll be sharing my travels both here and with the folks at Rue Morgue as well, so be sure to check in for those updates at the end of the month. Until then, see you in the sycamore trees!