Monthly Archives: September 2020
On the Ancient and Secret Art of Formatting – Redux
I wrote this post back in 2010 – remember 2010? When we could travel and didn’t feel the urge to torch-and-pitchfork anyone who coughed near us? Remember airports? Remember complaining about them? Remember how bad the coffee was and
At any one time, I have several mentees and I’m very proud of them all, but recently three of them have had some great stories published, so here’s a little spotlight. They’re all writing in different genres, so there’s a range to choose from. Enjoy!
Winter Children: Paperback and ebook
I’m very happy to announce that Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales – initially released as a 200 copy limited edition hardcover by the wonderful PS Publishing – is going to be a paperback and ebook from the
Cover Reveal: All the Murmuring Bones
I’m sooooooooo delighted to finally be able to show everyone the cover of my new novel! All the Murmuring Bones is set in the same world as the Sourdough and Bitterwood mosaic collections, and will be released into the wild on 9
Tartarus Press at 30
I’m absolutely delighted to have a story in the new anthology, Strange Tales: Tartarus Press at 30!
Rebecca Lloyd, Mark Valentine, Andrew Michael Hurley, N.A. Sulway, Stephen Volk, Inna Effress, Ibrahim R. Ineke, Eric Stener Carlson, Jonathan Preece, Tom Heaton,
Cut, Shape, Polish – New AWC Course
So, the editing course I wrote for the Australian Writers’ Centre is now live – on sale until 6 Sept 2020.
It’s self-directed (does what it says on the can), so you can start at any time and you’ve got twelve (12) months