Monthly Archives: November 2012
And so, today is the day
Tonight, we launch Midnight and Moonshine – huzzah!
Lisa Hannett has arrived in Brisneyland, the books are here (man, I hope the books are here), Avid Reader is girding its loins for the onslaught, Russ the Publisher will be flying in
This is what my friends do
My old mate, Lee McGowan, wanders around libraries when he’s not writing or teaching.
Today he’s at
U on Sunday
Out in the Wild
Yes! Midnight and Moonshine is being delivered all over the country (or, y’know, in bits of it). First two reports of arrivals are in from Melbourne.
What we (Lisa and I) would love to see are photos of folks
Become a Citizen – without worrying about the brain bugs
Yes, go to Clarkesworld, the provider of quality fiction from luminaries such as Lisa L. Hannett, Theodora Goss, E. Catherine Tobler and Genevieve Valentine, and become a citizen today.
Clarkesworld needs you – and you get ‘stuff’ for your
Thank you, Harry Markov …
… for introducing me to Miz Emily Carroll, who lives here.
His Face All Red is so wonderful and creepy and perfect!!
I want her to turn Sourdough and Other Stories into a graphic novel.
And so, back to the novel
Back to editing the first half of Brisneyland by Night today. To remind myself what it’s about, here is the opening:
Brisneyland by Night
‘How many kids now?’ I asked.
‘Twenty-five we can identify for sure. But that’s out of a couple
The pirate story I wasn’t going to write
So, yes, pirates have made it into The Bitterwood Bible collection. I was, initially, unwilling to even try this as Pirates of the Caribbean has really ruined it for us all, but then Maude kept clearing her throat and pointing