Monthly Archives: April 2013
It’s the Toolkit for Writers, and will take place on Wednesdays 8, 15, 22 and 29, from 10.30am to 12.30pm. There are
Okay, this is what arrived in this morning’s mail – sorry for the dodgy video (hey, I’m a writer, not a cinematographer), but I wanted to show how gorgeous and special this book is. A Book of Horrors, super-mega-ultra-special edition.
Professionals have a range of bios of varying lengths and depths that can be tweaked at a moment’s notice when an editor asks you for it.
Amateurs shudder, throw themselves on fainting couches and howl ‘Whatever shall I say about myself in the
The ToC for the latest YBAF&H (yes, you *should* sing that to the tune of “YMCA”) has been released into the community – on parole, really, with little chance of it respecting its good behaviour bond. With fiction from the likes of Margo
So, with “St Dymphna’s” in the bag for now, I’ve started on a new Bitterwood Bible story. Here is an extract from “The Night Stair”.
The Night Stair
The Steward is a tall man, entirely bald, gaunt in
So, “St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls” has had a redrafting, which means the beginning is a bit more interesting than the version I posted a few weeks ago. It is
This is the first Australian, all-female, speculative fiction anthology since 1995’s She’s Fantastical.
The ToC is awesome and there’s a giveaway on Goodreads.
“Sand and Seawater” by Joanne Anderton & Rabia Gale