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Giveaway : The Ephemera

All the chat over the last few months here has been about The Moon King.  Complete new baby syndrome, for which I make no apology, but I’m aware that the older siblings have been somewhat neglected. 400 more words



Someone asked me where he could find a collection of my fiction that addressed spiritual themes and had been previously published in Analog, Interzone and other magazines. 122 more words

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What Is Aid?

I will take you a bit further, retrospectively, across the borders. I talked about Interzone – a place between borders. It was the place William Burroughs buried himself to complete his patchwork vignettes of autobiographical works. 943 more words

Archive – Roil – Trent Jamieson

Another golden oldie from Interzone in 2011. I recall I struggled to fit my views into the allotted words.

Roil 681 more words

Obliteration Device

Roberto N. Peyre and I have some work in the Obliteration Device show at IMT Gallery. We have developed a ‘Ponto for Swedish Youth’ in response to the recent… 262 more words

The Moon King : One month in

Since it’s been over a month now since The Moon King was published, I thought it’d be cool to take a wee look back at how it’s all gone down. 313 more words


Archive – Osama – Lavie Tidhar

Another blast from the archive, my review of Lavie Tidhar’s Osama originally appeared in Interzone in 2011.

Lavie Tidhar, PS Publishing, 276pp, hb

After the 2001 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York, literary commentators speculated about the form of the first 9/11 novel. 726 more words