The formidable Malka Older took some time from her insanely busy schedule to chat with us about her amazing novel Infomocracy (among other things). Her bio is below – read it at your leisure and be in awe!
Malka Older is a
Woohoo! It’s almost that time of the year again, time for the writers to take over the city!
I’ll be doing some great gigs with BWF this year:
Friday 9 Sept Brisbane’s Most Wanted is a reading session with Caroline Overington, Justin Cronin,
Hello, Melbourne peeps.
Thanks to the organisational abilities of the wonderful Louise Angrilli I’ll be running a three-hour workshop in your fair city on Sunday 23 October. Ze Blurb is below. Basically you need to be prepared to hit the ground running, you need to
… and I’m very, very tired.
And my blog has been sadly neglected.
But I’m flying home tomorrow – or rather, starting the god-awful long trip that always makes me shout “Where’s my matter transporter!?”
When I get back and recover from jetlag, stop walking
E.G. Wilson cut her authorial teeth writing Sherlock fanfiction at uni when she should really have been studying. She fell into writing science fiction after being inspired by Star Wars, Firefly, and Tolkien’s Legendarium, and has since won NaNoWriMo every year since 2012. She lives
Or bits of the UK anyway.
Yes, as per the heading, my first ever US collection A Feast of Sorrows: Stories is available for pre-order.
While it’s mostly a reprint collection of fairy tales and Sourdough/Bitterwood world stories, the important thing to note is that the
Yes, it’s that time of year again when I struggle with whether I spell “honourable” in the fashion of my ancestors or like an American. Yet again, my ancestors have won.
But I’m delighted and honoured to have made Ellen Datlow’s HM