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Chopper on Tour 2016 - Fantasycon by the Sea!

What a weekend that was. Seriously, never has a convention felt both more and less like a holiday than this one. And I say that as a good thing, looking back at it now after all the dust has settled and we’ve shaken the sand out of our shoes and beaten off the seagulls with very long sticks. 532 more words

Grimbold Books

Caenthell Lives!

It’s here, folks – it’s here! High King’s Vengeance launches TODAY. If you’re at Fantasycon-by-the-sea, you can swing by the Cocktail Bar in the Grand Hotel at 5pm to join the launch party, along with Joanne Hall ( 147 more words

Malessar's Curse

Re-examining Marginalization

The first featured article for the latest issue of ANS is authored by Joanne M. Hall, PhD, RN, FAAN and Kelly Carlson, PhD, APRN-BC. The article addresses complex issues that perpetuate health disparities, and is titled “Marginalization: A Revisitation With Integration of Scholarship on Globalization, Intersectionality, Privilege, Microaggressions, and Implicit Biases.” The article is available to download at no cost while it is featured; I join the authors in inviting you to read it and return here to share your comments and ideas.   1,449 more words

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High King's Vengeance Launch Details!

You might have missed the news last night, so here’s the deets as we know them!

High King’s Vengeance, the sequel to Heir to the North… 193 more words

Malessar's Curse

Fight Like A Girl, by many and various

Women in conflict is the theme of this anthology. Edited by Bristolians Joanne Hall and Roz Clarke, it features fifteen stories, all by female authors, spanning fantasy and SF. 256 more words

Review of Spark and Carousel by Joanne Hall

This is the first in an occasional review series that I’ll be posting on this blog. A shorter version of this review has appeared on Goodreads and my other blog, … 398 more words

Speculative Fiction

British Fantasy Awards Shortlists

So, the BFA shortlists were announced this morning. I’m seriously impressed by the range and quality of genre fiction that these awards celebrate. From Gollancz and Orbit, through Angry Robot and Solaris, to Tenebris, Fox Spirit, Alchemy and Undertow; from Jen Williams, Nnedi Okorafor, and Zen Cho to Paul Kane, Paul Cornell and Vincent Chong – these are all good people and great works. 176 more words

Malessar's Curse