Monthly Archives: June 2013

Reflections of Rebecca

I spent last month reading Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, not for the intention of my column but because I craved a story where setting was pivotal. I don’t know why I’m so obsessed with literary spaces but I love stories … Continue reading

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Interzone Artwork

I just wanted to share the brilliant artwork Martin Hanford has produced for my story ‘The Cloud Cartographer’ which is due out in Interzone next month. Martin has produced some exceptionally good artwork for previous stories in Interzone, so it’s … Continue reading

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The World of Ann Radcliffe

I’ve spent the last month in the world of Ann Radcliffe. Since my student days, I’ve been aware of her work, her legacy and her impact on the genre. I’ve always been surprised that she’s not on more of the … Continue reading

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Interzone acceptance

I’m delighted to announce that my story ‘The Cloud Cartographer’ has been accepted for Interzone. I’m really looking forward to being part of the magazine. Due out soon!

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