Monthly Archives: November 2011

Anne McCaffrey

I was fortunate to have been able to call Annie my friend. She was probbly the most generous person I have ever met. She gave freely of her time and her resources to those she loved (or even liked) and … Continue reading

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What Comes After Flood?

It’s a while since I read the Bible but the answer to the question posed in the title of this post is probably pestilence, except in my case where it’s burglary. Yes on top of the flood my house has … Continue reading

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New Header

Those who have been on my page before will notice that I have a new header. It’s a shot of sky and clouds – with a twist. For me it is a shot of the world and humanity’s place in … Continue reading

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After the Flood

I’m feeling a bit like Noah these days, though rather than animals it was chairs that were taken out two by two and from my house rather than an ark. But maybe I would be better of building an ark … Continue reading

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Kzine

I was checking up on some accepted stories to see when they might be expected to appear and saw on Kzine’s site that my story, The Other Brain, will be in issue #2. Kzine is a magazine for the Kindle … Continue reading

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Undead and Unbound

My story, Marionettes, has been accepted for an anthology entitled Undead and Unbound which will be published by Chaosium in the New Year. The editors are Brian M. Sammons and David Conyers, who are well-known in horror circles, so I … Continue reading

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So It Begins…

I’m using the cover of the Transtories anthology (Aeon Press, Dublin, 2011)  as an ‘icon’ because I feel more closely involved in this project than any other anthology with which I have been involved. The editor was Colin Harvey who … Continue reading

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