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Review: Dead Girls

Written by Richard Calder

Pencils, Colours & Letters by Leonardo M Giron

Cover by Jim Burns

Published by Murky Depths



In the near future, an act of nanotechnological terrorism is stealing humanity’s future. 607 more words

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Writing in Ambit 218

October saw the publication of Ambit 218, which featured a short prose piece of mine, called An Echo on the Night Wind. I wrote it just over a year ago, and it was one of the few things I’ve written which I got down in one take with very little editing afterwards. 154 more words

Dead Girls - The Graphic Novel

Richard Calder had been one of my loved authors from Interzone so when he offered Murky Depths a comic story of his own back in 2007 I jumped at the opportunity. 652 more words

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Email - The future!

Someone spammed me recently. Someone I’d only recently been in email contact with (for a sport I’m involved in). I complained that I get far too much spam already. 245 more words

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With Murky Depths still in hiatus I’ve been able to get back to my own writing and have two short stories already accepted this year, which is pleasing, and another one guaranteed. 376 more words

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The Failed Cities

I met – at least in a cyber way and later on Skype – Matt Wallace. In those days it was MySpace. Must have been circa 2005. 363 more words

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Writing a Green Shirt

As a bachelor, I had a theory about fashion, which I am sure was fatally flawed, wholly fallacious, and almost as detrimental to my dating life as my near constant state of inebriation. 1,011 more words