Monthly Archives: November 2014
My favourite illustrator chats with Schlock Magazine about art, creating and agonising.
How do your creative processes differ when you’re working on art or writing, if there is any?
In writing, I write then agonise. In illustration, I agonise, then draw. The first half
When Alisa approached us about doing one of the Twelve Planets, we readily agreed. Then, having sprung her trap, she added “But make it more science fictiony.”
Cue Mo Szyslak from The Simpsons … “Whaaaaaa?”
Undeterred, and a little heavy of heart, we two
The wonderful Haralambi Markov has reviewed The Bitterwood Bible over at SF Signal.
PROS: Exquisite prose; a shared world where the stories bleed into each other to establish a vibrant and sprawling mythology; complex portrayal of women
Can you hear the happy squeeeing? I love these projects because they are like proper artefacts.
So, if I’ve done things correctly, there will be a giveaway thingy appearing on Goodreads any old day now.
The prize consists of a signed copy of The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings and one of the gorgeous totebags I had made with
And here’s the first review of the Letters to Lovecraft anthology edited by Jesse Bullington and published by Stone Skin Press.
I have a story in it called “Only the Dead and the Moonstruck”, and there are also excellent tales by
My third starred review from Publishers Weekly – a cause for dancing if ever there was one!
The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings
Although set in a fantasy world full of sorcery and
A new review over at This is Horror by Ross Warren of The Spectral Book of Horror Stories (Mark Morris, ed.). In a fit of self-centredness, I shall tell you only what is said about my story, but all the other excellent