I just read the phrase “to steal a peek into” as “steak potato”. Perhaps it’s time to step away from the computer.
I’ve just about finished off my WQ article, and then it’s on to some fiction (okay, so I’ve already done a fair chunk of work on a short story today).
It looks as though Stephen Amsterdam (the author whose talk Jono happily programmed through, to the polite chagrin of the Sleepers crew), has won the Age [...]
I confess, instead of resting up to convalesce from this swiney illness that my body seems to have quite readily succumbed to, I’ve begun work on the new novel. It’s about devils and doppelgangers and violins, and because I’m unable to resist a pun, it’s been retitled ‘Double Stop’ (although Doppelgang, admittedly, was indeed an [...]
Oops, yes it’s been a while. I’m fast becoming one of those bloggers who only blog to apologise for not blogging.
But this shall change, as I’ve finished Spatterbaum and Zitherbother and am starting work on a new novel called Doppelgang, which means that I will be engaging in much procrastination. And that means, of [...]
Paper Cities, edited by Ekaterina Sedia and published by Senses Five Press, has been shortlisted for a World Fantasy Award.
Yes, I’m feeling like a right smartypants right now. There are a few sections I need to fix up, but mostly it’s looking quite good (even if it is full of my awful humour).
Speaking of awful humour, terrible headline of the day:
Funeral home’s body mix-up ‘mortifying’
. . . The spokeswoman said the owners of the [...]