Monthly Archives: January 2012

Over at Weird Fiction Review, which has returned from hols with a tan …

… Elwin Cotman writes about Yoshiaki Kawajiri’s Urban Hells.

A wide shot of four skyscrapers, pitch-black silhouettes. The camera pans back, revealing the clouds that cling insignificantly to the buildings, while below the city spreads out endlessly. It is daytime. It
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Place as Person over at The Chronicles of the Tree

The lovely Mary Victoria is running a series of guest post about how places can be characters in their own right in book.

Her first guest is Joshua Palmatier (AKA Benjamin Tate, author of Leaves of Flame).

Go here for readage.

New shiny

My new shiny – a little coffee pot and cup :-D.

From the lovely Rina at Created Designs by Rina – over here.

Love this painting

We’ve become the custodians of this painting by artist Jeff Service. We just need to find a spot for it.

I love the colours, the fantasy landscape, how the moon seems to glow.

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China Miéville in Da Lair

Greetings and welcome, one and all, to the inaugural Lair of the Evil Drs Brain, where we “invite” (i.e. conduct virtual kidnappings of) other writers and artists for a chat (which occurs right after they stop demanding to
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Back in the office today …

… but the thing keeping me smiling is the image of Sherlock Holmes wearing nought but a high thread count Egyptian cotton sheet in a Buckingham Palace sitting room. Just because he was being stubborn, bloodyminded and
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Over at the Hannettorium …

… there is Tuesday Therapy with the lovely Jason Nahrung.

T’is here.