Monthly Archives: June 2014
So, my mate Alan Baxter has a book out on 1 July 2014. Bound is an action-packed, kickass, pulpy urban fantasy with martial arts, evil demons (is there any other kind?), a troubled hero, a take-no-crap heroine, and a really
If you could turn this into a wheel, that would be more appropriate.
*goes back to grindstone*
Very happy to announce that I’ve got a story in this inaugural volume from Spectral Press and edited by the redoubtable Mark Morris!
Look at that ToC!
ON THE TOUR – RAMSEY CAMPBELL
THE DOG’S HOME – ALISON LITTLEWOOD
FUNERAL RITES – HELEN MARSHALL
SLAPE – TOM FLETCHER
THE NIGHT DOCTOR
Hard at work on my Spectral Press novella, The Witch’s Scale, purely because the idea sprang forth fully formed the other week. It details an episode in the history of Patience Sykes (one of my favourite characters) in between the
Alchemy • Lucy Sussex
Three figures walked in single file in the evening heat haze besides the Euphrates River, heading homewards.
All women, shawled, hunched by the baskets on their backs. The last, youngest and smallest, was further slouched by the year-old baby
The Land of Heart’s Desire • Holly Black
If you want to meet real-life members of the Sidhe—real faeries—go to the café Moon in a Cup, in Manhattan. Faeries congregate there in large numbers. You can tell them by the slight point
Seeing Eye • Patricia Briggs
The doorbell rang.
That was the problem with her business. Too many people thought that they could approach her at any time. Even oh dark thirty even though her hours were posted clearly on her door and on
One of the things I love about working with Kathleen Jennings is that when she’s mid-creative flow she sends me texts with images of what she’s doing. So imagine my delight the other night when I received these three, all for my Black-Winged Angels collection (Ticonderoga Publications).
Loud squeeeing noises ensued.