Monthly Archives: May 2020
On the Importance of Being Edited
Approximately 142 years ago, I wrote this as a guest post over at the web-place of Mr Mark Barnes. It appears here now as it’s wandered home, somewhat drunk, and can’t really remember where it
The Heart Is A Mirror for Sinners has landed!
Or at least one copy has landed in Oz: this one belongs to a friend!
So hopefully others will be arriving soon – including mine!
Very excited to get this glorious thing with Daniele Serra’s artwork!
Into the Ashes: Lee Murray
1. What do new readers need to know about Lee Murray?
I’m a New Zealand writer and editor of speculative fiction for children and adults. I also write the occasional essay, review, and blogpost. Newsletters: almost never. If I write a
The Bone Lantern
So a couple of years ago, artist Lorena Carrington and I met at the Bendigo Writers’ Festival. We got on well, I sent her some books and she sent me some glorious art. One of those pieces of art was called
The Rampant: Julie C. Day
1. What do new readers need to know about Julie C. Day?
*Need* to know? Probably not a whole hell of a lot. Meeting me in person doesn’t naturally translate into expectations met when you read my fiction! Actually, it definitely doesn’t. I
The Dark, May 2020
Or, as I like to think of it, The Creepy Clown issue!
The May 2020 issue of The Dark is out! With stories by myself, Clara Madrigano, Kristi deMeester and Ray Cluley.
“Sleeping in Metal and
Locus Reviews: The Heart is A Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories
The wonderful Paula Guran has very kindly reviewed The Heart is A Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories for the May 2020 issue of Locus. This is my birthday month, so it’s wonderful to find words such as these in the Year