Today Lisa chats with the disturbing Deb Biancotti on running.
After five or so years of stress, here it is.
Beautifully bound by the nice man at Able Bookbinders.
On Monday, it shall be submitted and then it’s all over bar the floppy hat-wearing ceremony.
… the cover of Lezli Robyn’s debut collection?
Bittersuite is coming out under the banner of Ticonderoga Publications and is due out in August.
The delightful Kaaron Warren gets zen over at Lisa’s Tuesday Therapy.
I’m just finishing up facilitating an online course for the Australian Writer’s Marketplace, Science Fiction Short Story.
The course was designed by one of Australia’s most successful authors of science fiction, fantasy and horror, Lee Battersby, and takes you on a journey through the fantastic art of the
We’re back – sorry for the break in transmission.
We fell into the abyss between domain registrars (*shakes fist*), but thanks to the sheer bloodymindedness of the in-house IT Support Badger The Bones Remember Everything is once again troubling the internetz.
One of the things that has come to
Over at This is Horror, Master John Llewellyn Probert, Esq., talks about the perils of poor horror cinema.
Hello. Today The Bloodstained Balcony is taking the form of a public service announcement. Its purpose? To warn horror fans of the perils of truly terrible horror cinema, a subgenre
Art by Rich Sampson
… you will find awesome flash fiction by Lisa L. Hannett.
You should go here and read it.
Over at the Hannettorium, Trent Jamieson talks heart, fingers and steampunkery.
Mr H interviews horror maven and poet Maria Alexander as part of Women in Horror Month – huzzah!