Monthly Archives: March 2013
Spotted in one of the NewsLink stores at Sydney Airport when I was coming back from the NSW Writers’ Centre Speculative Fiction Festival (more on that later).
Makes me very happy to see A Book of Horrors out in
… I answer some questions about my new work and why I write.
The Evil Drs Brain are very happy to welcome multi-award winning bestseller Kate Forsyth to the Lair. We’ve brought out the champagne flutes, a bottle of Bolly and some rather delicious pink cupcakes. A writer
This Saturday, 9 March, QWC’s salon event “Whispers” kicks off at 3pm at the State Library of Queensland – in the Library Cafe.
The theme for this salon is ‘At Sea’.
I’ll be there, reading something (hopefully) seaworthy, as will
Many years ago (okay, 2006) I began what I thought would be a novel called Narrow Daylight. It’s not my usual thing, there’s a distinct lack of supernatural or fantastical or horrific elements. It’s about the affect of a suicide on a family, how it tears lives apart, re-opens old wounds, and how secrets leak out.
It didn’t become a novel,