On the train down to FantasyCon, I discovered that Composite Creatures has been shortlisted for a Kitschie award! Oh my flipping flippers.
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Journal#21 – In the Engine Room
2023 is proving to be a strange year. One I’m definitely having to adapt to.
This is the year of ideas.
Into the Imaginarium
And it was done! The Imaginarium issue of Stepaway Magazine is published and free to roam. It’s been an absolute delight to read everyone’s submissions. There wasn’t a single one that didn’t bring me joy. What is the Imaginarium? It is a place of peculiarities, of surprises, of worlds turned inside out. This is our…
The Fantasycon 2022 programme is out! Find out what I’ll do doing there…
‘How I got published’ – Interview with author Gabriela Houston
Discover Slavic author Gabriela Houston’s road to publication and success as a fantasy writer for children and adults.
How to write a first chapter
Wondering how to write a good first chapter of a novel? Writing an opening chapter is something that sets many new writers on edge. Where to start? How to start? Why to start?
Current poetry inspiration
Because I write both, I get asked a lot about the relationship between poetry and prose. How can you write both? Do you write them using the same methods? Does reading or writing one help me learn about the other? And basically, the answer to that last one is… YES! Whether I’m working on a…
Join us at INK@84 Books
Join me and a collection of Angry Robot authors this Thursday 26th June at INK@84 Bookshop in London! It’s the first in-person event I’ve done since pre-covid and it feels very strange and VERY exciting. It’s the first time I’ll be away from little N overnight too, so I may have a few drinks while…
Send us your Fantasy Tales
Roll up, roll up! Read all about it – fantasy submissions wanted here! I was recently lucky enough to be invited to guest edit a rather special issue of Stepaway Magazine, an online journal which publishes walking narratives, usually through urban environments. The sights, smells, and wonders of human cities and districts – explored through…
It’s always exciting to see your work translated, and last month I got my first peek at Composite Creatures translated into… Lithuanian! This just goes to show that you truly never know where your work will end up. This is the first time I’ve seen my words carefully translated, but it won’t be the last….