Monthly Archives: August 2015
This is a post from a few years back, but the advice is still good and it seems like an appropriate time to re-post it given a few discussions I’ve had recently. So, read, enjoy, take note.
Here’s the thing about being a writer: we’re all terribly insecure to one degree or another. Although we’ve chosen a solitary profession, preferring largely
Another little taster from Flight.
So this just arrived! Lisa Hannett’s debut novel, Lament for the Afterlife from ChiZine Publications. Trust me when I say you need this book – it is breathtaking and amazing. I beta read it, so I should know.
Lou Murphy has reviewed The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings for The Newtown Review of Books and it is quite, quite humbling.
“The Bitterwood Bible is a masterful offering of haunting stories that traverse the bounds of myth and legend.
Because the scarf the Giantess knits is a Doctor Who scarf. That is all.
Following hot on the successful heels of Peacemaker, the delightful Marianne de Pierres is back with Mythmaker!
Virgin’s in a tight spot. A murder rap hangs over her head and isn’t likely to go away unless she agrees to work for
And our hon mention in the Norma K. Hemming Award (for The Female Factory) arrived in yesterday’s mail. Now to find a spot for it.
The closing date for the KSP Writers’ Centre 2015 Young Writers paid 10-day Residency has been extended to 5pm Friday 28 August 2015. Three positions are available. Talented writers under 25 years should apply for this unique opportunity. More details and application