Monthly Archives: June 2017
ABC Interview: Vigil
Around about this time last year I was talking to Kate Evans on ABC Radio National about Vigil.
I was also very excited because I was in the TARDIS in the Brisbane studios. Plus, I’m a Doctor. Read more…
Thanks, S.J. Budd!
All of the hearts!!
Of Sorrow and Such by Angela Slatter
How often is it when you blindly come across a new book and fall under a spell within the first few paragraphs? That you must read it in one go,
Writing Restoration – when the story bites back
Where did this come from? I don’t know! All manner of consequences are biting V in the backside in this
Midnight and Moonshine
You know, five years ago (or almost) Lisa L. Hannett and I released our Norse-inflected, fairytale-y, myth-saturated, damned sexy mosaic collection, Midnight and Moonshine.
The cover art is by the wonderful Kathleen Jennings, and the Introduction by the equally wonderful Dr Kim Wilkins.
Corpselight: for real copies!
These just arrived! Happy dance.
Also important was the arrival of the coffee.
Secret Project, Ssssssshhhh
You won’t tell anyone will you?
I’m just going over the artwork for a secret project with Kathleen Jennings, just a tiny one. Details to come …
I’m Not Crying, YOU’RE Crying!
I just opened my birthday present from my Best Brain, Sister-Brain, Frequent Collaborator and Conspirator, Lisa L. Hannett.
Sure, it’s a month late, but Best Brains care not for such trivialities of time and space, for we are Immortal (or have detailed plans
I’m mid-novel at the moment and that means my room (and large chunks of the house) are strewn with cairns of what might be mistaken for rubble, but are in fact the trail of things I’ve been considering one minute, taking in,
Shadows & Tall Trees #7: Robert Levy
Robert Levy is an author of stories, screenplays and plays whose work has been seen Off-Broadway. A Harvard graduate subsequently trained as a forensic psychologist, his first novel The Glittering World was a finalist for both the Lambda Literary Award and
Hypothermia, Healing and Hallucinatory Polar Bears
Those of you who know me well will be very aware that I hate exercise – possibly because I have on more than one occasion screamed “I hate exercise!” I’m subtle like that. In