Here it is, the printout of Midnight and Moonshine, awaiting the Great Flense of Next Week, when the Brains have a little distance from it.
The drawing on the front is one of Kathleen J’s initial sketches. I
Yes, this blog’s been quiet.
A little too quiet.
But that’s largely because, after a 5 week trip overseas, I’ve been running around trying to catch up on all the neglected things … one of those being my new collection, co-authored with
Al Baxter's photo
See? I did work at Continuum. Reading with Lisa Hannett and Felicity Dowker.
Yep, working hard.
So, yesterday I managed to stay awake long enough to participate in QWC’s So You Want to be a Writer seminar, ably chaired by Aimée Lindorff. The two more awake panellists were the delightful and delovely Chris Currie and
Foz Meadows talks about What Happens Next.
Over at the Hannettorium Kim Falconer talks sense!
Dr Gillian Polack has been running a series of guest posts over on her blog for Women’s History Month. There’s a whole bunch from folk such as Lisa Hannett, Sue Isle and Donna Maree Hanson.
Mine is there today,
Meanwhile, over at the Hannettorium …
… the delightful and terribly clever Dr Tansy Rayner Roberts talks small goals.
Over at the Hannettorium, Allyson Bird (she of the Stoker-shortlisted Isis Unbound) mediates on censorship, writing and, whether there will be a cull of horror writers!
Today Lisa chats with the disturbing Deb Biancotti on running.