There’s an extract of my interview with Locus Magazine over at Locus online.
“I worked with intent. My thought was, I’m 37, and I want to give this a real go to do it as a career. I don’t want
That title is a fancy way of saying I ranted at a bunch of nice people at 9.20am this morning. It was fun!
Here’s the transcript of my rant.
Awards Don’t Matter
Good morning to you all, hungover or otherwise.
My name is, as you might
Today I’m very pleased to host at the blog the astonishingly talented Usman Tanveer Malik.
Usman T. Malik is a Pakistani vagrant camped in Florida. He reads Sufi poetry, likes long walks, and occasionally strums naats on the guitar.
His fiction has won the Bram Stoker
Over at the Tor.com Tube of You channel, Lisa and I talk about collaboration, specifically on Midnight and Moonshine.
And talk and talk and talk!
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Today, we start a series of interviews with just about everyone involved in the new anthology Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear, edited by Stephen Jones and published by Jo
I thought I might do a post on each of the stories in The Bitterwood Bible, for anyone who’s interested in the story backgrounds.
Today, it’s “The Coffin-Maker’s Daughter”, my British Fantasy Award-winning tale, which originally appeared
My British Fantasy Award arrived this morning – huzzah! With a mere two chips in it – which, given the ride from the UK to Australia and the general nature of couriers, I consider a triumph.
… is back-at-the-novel-day.
It’s also, coincidentally, the first quiet day I’ve had in the two weeks since the British Fantasy Awards were announced. I’ve spent large chunks of that time talking about myself – which is not my usual setting and,
After I finished Sourdough and Other Stories I was certain, quite certain, that when I once again began writing in the world of Lodellan, it would be for a sequel. I had – still have – these stories in my
… you’re on the ABC News website 😀 .And the QUT news site.