Art by Kathleen Jennings
The lovely Dr Nin Harris interviewed me over at Mythopoetic!
Thanks for letting me come and play!
What’s the best way for an author to start her day, according to Angela Slatter?
Coffee! Or the beverage of choice. And of course,
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
JS Breukelaar’s Aletheia is one of the finest, strangest novels I’ve read in a long time. There’s bone and blood magic in it, and it drips strangeness. Highly recommended.
She’s resident of Sydney, Australia via San Diego, New York and New Zealand. Born in Berkeley,
Malcolm Devlin’s stories have appeared in Black Static, Interzone and Nightscript as well as the anthologies Aickman’s Heirs and Gods, Memes and Monsters. His collection, You Will Grow Into Them will be published by Unsung Stories in June 2017.
1. What inspired your
Photo by Adrian Cook
Margo Lanagan should need no introduction, but I’ll give her one anyway. Or rather, I’ll snurch this one from the Allen & Unwin website: Margo Lanagan is an internationally acclaimed writer of novels and short
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.
… and I will write a proper con report when the jetlag leaves me. But for now, enjoy the sight of HP with his cocktail umbrella, and Kelly Link and Helen Marshall trying to brain me.
Today our cover artist, Kathleen Jennings, weighs in on Focus 2014.
What was the inspiration for the cover art for Focus 2014?
Cranky Ladies! This was one of the early sketches for Cranky Ladies of History (Fablecroft). We hadn’t worked
I must do a BWF rundown, but I am trying to catch the tails of the deadlines that got away from me last week! In lieu, here is Joelene Pynnonen’s summary of Ancient Myths, Modern Tales, the panel I moderated – my