Greetings from the much neglected blog!
I’m at Conflux this weekend, in our nation’s lovely capital of Canberra!
If you’re here, please come up and say ‘hi’! I look something like this (dress has pockets). Tomorrow I will look different.
Also, if you pre-ordered The
This is how The Tallow-Wife novella’s cover will look for the limited edition hardback for Conflux!
I should mention that if you love it and want it (and you KNOW you do), then you need to pre-order. It *is* a limited edition; a few will be available at Conflux, but after that it will be gone, like dust in
FableCroft are producing a strictly limited edition of The Tallow-Wife novella, which we will have at the Conflux weekend this year.
It’s got some extras in there, the Fragments from the Citadel, which are story-shards from the books held in the Citadel of
Greetings from the poor neglected blog! I’m still travelling, but will try to catch up in the next few days.
So, the lovely Tehani of FableCroft is releasing a strictly limited edition chapbook of The Tallow-Wife novella especially for my Conflux GoH spot.
Photo credit Andrew Sikorski
Today the wonderful Kaaron Warren talks Focus 2014 from Fablecroft.
What was the inspiration for your story, “Death’s Door Cafe”?
This story was inspired a visit to the National Museum, where they had an exhibit of
Today, Cat Sparks talks “The Seventh Relic” for the Focus 2014 interviews.
What was the inspiration for your story, The Seventh Relic?
I was researching the history of Buddhism as background for another story when the idea for this one
Today our cover artist, Kathleen Jennings, weighs in on Focus 2014.
What was the inspiration for the cover art for Focus 2014?
Cranky Ladies! This was one of the early sketches for Cranky Ladies of History (Fablecroft). We hadn’t
Portrait of Author Charlotte Nash
Today, the multi-talented Charlotte Nash (brain the size of a planet) talks about her tale in Focus 2014.
What was the inspiration for your story “The Ghost of Hephaestus”?
Photo Credit – Cat Sparks
Today, the delightful Thoraiya Dyer talks about her Focus 2014 tale, “Wine, Women and Stars”.
What was the inspiration for this story?
The inspiration for “Wine, Women and Stars” was reading
Today, Brisbane writer Faith Mudge talks about her Focus 2014 tale.
What was the inspiration for your story, Signature?
I was annoyed! I’d been reading a book about books, generally one of my favourite things, but this one