Author Archives: Angela
And today the truly delightful and piratical Meg Caddy takes over the blog to talk about Devil’s Ballast, Lambert Simnel as a dinner guest, and witch trials. Oh, and cats.
1. What do new readers need to know about
So, I spent most of last year and the first few months of this year working on a novel called Blackwater. It’s a gothic fantasy set in the same
So, Brisneylanders, I’m teaching Creative Writing Stage 1 on Saturday 20-21 July 2019 10am–4pm for the Australian Writers’ Centre.
Then, Sydneysiders, I’m teaching it for you on
Saturday 10-11 August 2019 10am-4pm AND then I’m teaching Short Story in One Day on Sunday
So, I’ve started writing a new novel, Morwood.
Like Blackwater it’s a gothic fantasy set in the Sourdough/Bitterwood world, and I’m at the stage where I love it. It’s new and pretty and we’re in our honeymoon period.
Here’s a first draft sample (no
Well, guess what’s coming out in paperback!! Hello, Restoration, my last child.
So, if you’ve been waiting, arms crossed, grumping “I won’t buy it until all the trilogy is out, even though that might affect the chances of getting
I’ve been fortunate enough to be awarded some grants during my career (by Arts Queensland, the Copyright Agency and the Australia Council for the Arts). To balance things out, I have also not received many of the grants for
Over at Always Trust in Books I talk about the agony and the ecstasy of finishing off my Verity Fassbinder supernatural crime/urban fantasy trilogy.
Write a trilogy, they said. It’ll be fun, they said.
I should start by saying that
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