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,
Over at Book View Cafe, the legendary Le Guin talks books, reading on screen and writing ‘What tosh’ in margins.
People love to talk about the death of whatever — the book, or history, or Nature, or God, or
Joanne Anderton talks disconnecting over here.
… for many years I have yearned for a pair of Docs.
For the last couple of years, I have covetted those belonging to the Duchess of Darkness, Kirstyn McDermott.
I finally got a pair. Yes, they
Meanwhile, over at the Hannettorium …
… the delightful and terribly clever Dr Tansy Rayner Roberts talks small goals.
… I also managed to make it onto the shortlist for the Aurealis Awards Best Horror Short Story, with “The Coffin-maker’s Daughter” (A Book of Horrors, Stephen Jones ed.).
I’m not saying the otter made it happen …
In a few hours I’ll be heading into the state’s north to teach short story workshops in Townsville and Cairns … and to have my hair turn into a giant frizz ball. Something like this …
But it’s okay, I’m
I’m very happy to announce that Tartarus Press has produced a paperback version of my sold-out collection, Sourdough and Other Stories.
“These stories are stupendously good.” Paul Kane, The Compulsive Reader
“There is magic in this world.” Rick Kleffel’s Agony
… the lovely Angie Rega of the Amberjacks writing group talks about some ‘new’ fairy tales.
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!