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Unsung Stories Audio

unsungWhen I was in the UK in August I was lucky enough to be invited to read at one of the Unsung Stories gigs with awesome talents Malcolm Devlin, Rob Boffard and Elie Lee.

The noise file is now available.

I’m reading a
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2015 Rundown and highlights

Well, this post is only about six weeks late. Not too shabby. Not too shabby at all. I’ll mix the WFC post with a 2015 rundown post, methinks, and get it all out of the way in one fell swoop.

So, 2015: stuff happened.

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Reminder: SF Travel Fund

harryJust a reminder that the Kickstarter to send the very talented writer and reviewer Haralambi Markov to WFC is still going. 12 days and roughly $1400 to go, so if you’ve got any spare shekels, throw them this way.

SF Travel Fund: Send Haralambi Markov away!

harryTo WFC in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Harry is not only a great reviewer, an informed critic, and an engaged and intelligent fan, he’s also a writer of considerable talent and vision.

So, if you’ve got a few spare dollars, throw them in the very
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SF Signal reveiws The Bitterwood Bible

BB jacket frontThe wonderful Haralambi Markov has reviewed The Bitterwood Bible over at SF Signal.

MY REVIEW:
PROS: Exquisite prose; a shared world where the stories bleed into each other to establish a vibrant and sprawling mythology; complex portrayal of women
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The Alternative Typewriter examines The Hummingbird Heart

“The Clockwork Hummingbird” by Angela Rizza

“The Clockwork Hummingbird” by Angela Rizza

This week Harry considers “The Hummingbird Heart” from The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales.

This Friday I break away from the ensemble reviews to the known one story per review
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The Aternative Typewriter, with extra stuff!

3475179c1240bda17c29e3361709475bThis week Harry has dissected not one, not two, but three Girl with No Hands stories! His patience is impressive!  He looks at “Frozen”, “Words”, and “The Dead Ones Don’t Hurt You”.

I’m deviating from the one-story-per-review format as I come upon
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In which I sneak into Harry’s place, steal the cupcakes and drink all the coffee …

From the exquisite Kirsty Mitchell

From the exquisite Kirsty Mitchell

The lovely Harry has included me in his series on Women in Genre.

I don’t know why, but I have a thing for fairy tales. Despite most female characters in fairy tales fall in
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Meanwhile, over at Harry’s place

‘The Journey Home” (2013) © Kirsty Mitchell Photography

‘The Journey Home” (2013) © Kirsty Mitchell Photography

… the delightful and talented Haralambi Markov is devoting this month at his blog to posting about the female writers in speculative fiction who have influenced him
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