Thursday, April 30, 2020

Book Review: Immobility by Brian Evenson

I’ve read quite a few post-apocalyptic tales and there are certain things you come to expect: bleak landscapes, dust, desperados eking out an existence, rubble and debris. Brian Evenson’s novel Immobility has all those things but starts from a unusual position and paints a dire picture of the future that is more bizarre than most.

Read the rest of my review at SF Crowsnest.

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Haggis, Rhino and Other Unexpected Wildlife

The sequel to Squirrels, Foxes and Other Fine Specimens, my new story Haggis, Rhino and Other Unexpected Wildlfe is out now in Hungarian magazine Galaktika.

Unusualy, this story hasn;t yet been published in English, but as Galaktika had already published Squirrels... they were keen to have the sequel too.

My name is on the cover again, which is always nice.

Monday, April 20, 2020

Accountability Out Now

My hybrid story Accountability is out now in issue 3 of Hybrid Fiction magazine.

In an office in Chelmsford there's a tea room that leads to an alternate reality, and there's a man who can't stop counting...

Friday, April 17, 2020

Estonian Stalker Award 2020 Voting List

The voting list for the 2020 Stalker award has appeared. It includes my story 'The Righteous Indignation of the Naked Mole Rat' along with, I presume, every other SFF story translated into Estonian last year.

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Accoutability Teaser

As part of their countdown to the April issue of Hybrid Fiction, there's an introduction and a teaser to my story Accountability.

The little section in the teaser is a perfect introduction into this odd little story.

Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Book Review: By Force Alone by Lavie Tidhar

In recent years there were a couple of films that purported to tell the more historically accurate stories behind such legendary figures as King Arthur and Robin Hood. For those who like a Robin Hood or King Arthur story, they were a bit of a disappointment. In By Force Alone, Lavie Tidhar retells the legend of King Arthur in a completely different way.

Read the rest of my review at SF Crowsnest.