The Flâneur

Tohby Riddle’s article ‘The Twenty-First Century Flâneur’ appears in Slow Magazine, Issue 18, Autumn 2014. This piece looks at the history of this enigmatic city stroller and observer – first identified in 19th-century Paris… Continue reading

Children’s Book Festival, The Wheeler Centre, Melbourne

The Wheeler Centre, a part of the State Library of Victoria, in Melbourne, is holding its 2014 Children’s Book Festival from March 20 to March 23. Sunday the 23rd is a free Family… Continue reading

Barnes & Noble’s review of Unforgotten

Following is Barnes & Noble’s review of Tohby Riddle’s Unforgotten. The book is released in the US as a graphic novel. “It is impossible to encapsulate the wonder of this graphic novel about… Continue reading

Articles for Slow Magazine

Tohby Riddle has contributed two articles to Issue 17, Summer 2014 of Slow magazine. The first is a handwritten and hand-printed piece titled “Relics of Gutenberg”, the second is a feature on the… Continue reading

Unforgotten featured in The Conversation

Unforgotten by Tohby Riddle is featured in an article by Leonie Rutherford as one of four children’s books considered “particularly notable in the year gone by”. The article, Tales of Mystery and the Mundane: children’s… Continue reading

A review of the US Inklit edition of Unforgotten

This thought-provoking review of Tohby Riddle’s Unforgotten from Page 45, a dedicated comics and graphic novel store in Nottingham, UK, described by Neil Gaiman as “the best graphic novel shop I’ve ever been to”.

Always There: the Russian edition of Unforgotten

A translation of Unforgotten by Tohby Riddle titled Всегда рядом has now been released in Russia. The Russian title translates to something like “Always There” in English. The decision to change the title was taken… Continue reading

US Publishers Weekly Review

The following is Publishers Weekly‘s review of Unforgotten, which has just been released by Inklit (Penguin) in the United States: “Lovely and enigmatic, Australian artist/writer Riddle’s fantasy begins with expressionless angels resembling small… Continue reading

Translations of Unforgotten

Unforgotten is to be published in three further languages to the Australian and US editions. There will soon be a Russian edition (Gayatri), a Korean edition (Daesung) and a Spanish edition available throughout… Continue reading

An Evening with Tohby Riddle

To celebrate International Library Month, Tohby Riddle will be appearing at a special event at the Art Gallery of Ballarat on Wednesday 9 October 2013, 6–8pm. As well as meeting  guests he will… Continue reading