Monthly Archives: July 2013
Brisbane Writers Festival – WOOOOT!
BWF have released their program into the wild – go here!
It’s a fantastic feast of wordy and illustratory fun – something for everyone, from workshops and masterclasses, to panels and interviews, spoken word events to lectures.
I’ll be talking Fables and Folk tales with
The Bitterwood Bible
And so, I have finished editing the ms for The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings as it stands – which is at 77,000 fairly respectable words. I now have three stories left to write in order to finish the collection: “The Bitterwood Bible”,
Yes, I’m still here, lurking. I’m just trying to finish a bunch of projects so I can concentrate on the Fellowship. My days are full to say the least.
But that doesn’t mean the book haul stops. These arrived yesterday and caused
I’ve been meaning to …
… post about this for a few weeks, but life has been interfering.
So, here it is, Sarah Pinborough’s most excellent novel Mayhem, which seamlessly blends Jack the Ripper with the Thames Torso Murders, not to mention elements of mythology and the
A Book! In a Day!
No, not me – I did my stint on that last year for the 24Hr Book.
This one belongs to the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild – they’ve done it before, they’ll do it again!
This one is to raise funds for Paediatrics at the Canberra
Queensland Writers Fellowship
So, this morning I went over to the State Library of Queensland for the awarding of the
Out in the wild …
Yes, A Killer Among Demons is out there roaming the hills and dales, peeking in your windows and stealing your laundry, and any apple pies you may have left to cool on the window sill.
The actual, physical paperback-ish thing can be
Checking-in to Apartment 16: Adam Nevill
British writer Adam LG Nevill has garnered praise for his visceral yet nuanced horror stories, as well as comments such as “The next Stephen King”.
So, not too shabby.
I recently read The Ritual, which not only reinforced all my prejudices against