I've just seen the cover that will grace the German edition of Madigan Mine and I'm very, very pleased with it indeed. I love the look on the woman's face . . . she definitely says Madigan Sargood to me. 🙂 Interestingly, Piper, my German publisher, has changed the title to You Are Mine, but … Continue reading Madigan Mine goes Deutsche!
Because sometimes I like to be nice, I give you the delicious swag of short fiction that has been accumulating in my browser tabs over the past couple of months: "For Want of a Nail" by Mary Robinette Kowal which just won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story. "The Wolves of Brooklyn" by Catherynne … Continue reading Fabulous Links to Free Online Fiction
It’s been quiet over here in the Land of Deadline Hell — quiet online at least — but I’m popping my head out because this story is too delightful to resist. Two delicate paper sculptures made from old books have been discovered at the Edinburgh International Book Festival and no one seems to have any … Continue reading A Mystery! A Mystery Made of Books!
The latest episode of our podcast is now available for direct download and streaming from our brand new Podbean website or via subscription from iTunes. Feedback is most welcome! Here are the show notes: The winners of the 2011 Hugo Awards will be announced on 20 August, so this month on The Writer and the … Continue reading The Writer and the Critic: Episode 10
The wonderful and always eloquent Stephanie Gunn has embarked upon an ambitious personal project she calls Her Words and Worlds, wherein she chooses a female author and endeavours not only to read her entire published bibliography -- in chronological order -- but to write a lengthy and considered review of the body of work at … Continue reading Her Words and Worlds (with Book Giveaway!)