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Anthonia, a producer and author friend, has started up a little non-profit with some big ambitions. In their own words, Might and Grace Productions: “…works towards organising events that explore, motivates and promotes the aspirations of unemployed creative talents from … Continue reading →
This morning I’m pre-empting possible responses that might arise from the can of worms I may have opened in my last podcast (ep. 63), after I bemoaned the lack of sword and sorcery (a term originally coined by Michael Moorcock) … Continue reading →
Here is a progress report, aimed primarily at interested publishers and agents. The most notable item on the list is my upcoming techno-thriller The Horus Box, the rough draft of which I will have finished next week. After that I … Continue reading →