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I’ve announced this on Facebook already, so it might not be news to some of you, but here it is: my debut short story collection is due to be released next year by TTA Press, publisher of Black Static magazine.  328 more words


Story Acceptance : Interzone

Thanks to Andy Cox for accepting my short story, “Blonde”, for Interzone.

A Short Story and a Threat

I’m now only six rejections away from a century of literal pain. Almost one hundred minds have read and dismissed my novels as unworthy. A logical man might take this to heart and learn something from it. 3,014 more words


Henry Miller: Quote of the Day!

I am living at the Villa Borghese. There is not a crumb of dirt anywhere, nor a chair misplaced. We are all alone here and we are dead.

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Future Interrupted -- The Allure of Ambiguity

Issue #259 of Interzone should now be blowing down your chimneys, rattling your windows and pressing ominously at your doors. After the issue arrives, subscribers will turn on their TVs and be met by images of flooded out streets, snow-bound primary schools and the perpetual promise of travel chaos and interminable commuting times. 2,171 more words


Story published, Interzone

I’m incredibly pleased to have had a story published in the new issue of Interzone (#259). It’s a superb magazine that’s been going for over 30 years and has published some of the best science fiction, fantasy and speculative fiction (for want of a better phrase) writers in that period, including JG Ballard, Michael Moorcock, Jeff Noon and many, many others. 181 more words


Interzone 258

I love what Martin’s doing with this year’s covers.

Anyway, to the Book Zone. In Interzone 258 Maureen Kincaid Speller does a cracking job of interviewing E.J. 108 more words