Monthly Archives: March 2011
#22, no less – longevity much?
The editor is legendary Stephen Jones, and
A 190cm police officer beats the proverbial out of his 160cm wife and gets a $2000 fine. Oh, sure he won’t do it again, he’s sorry.
I think my favourite line is:
Westergerling’s lawyer applied for a spent conviction order, arguing a conviction would unfairly impact on both his career with the police force and work as a model.
An in-depth and considered review of Sprawl over here at Strange Horizons. Thanks, Dan Hartland.
As well as being possessed of an impressive moustache and a shoulder ferret, Jesse Bullington is also in possession of a prodigious writing talent. His debut novel from Orbit, The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart, sent two nutters off
And awesomest of all: three nom-nom-noms for Lisa L. Hannett!!!
(This is an extract from my MA thesis from 2006, and is a meditation on my own writing of Black-Winged Angels and Carter’s The Bloody Chamber and Donoghue’s Kissing the Witch.)
‘Most intellectual development depends
A truly fabulous review of The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales* by guest reviewer Lyndon Riggall on Angela Meyer’s LiteraryMinded blog (she who is Queen of the Bloggeist). Thus, I do snoopy dance.
For those of you who will read The Girl