Month: February 2015

Unlikely Influences: What Peter Darbyshire learned about writing from a church

Unlikely Influences is a series of weekly blog posts about how science fiction and fantasy writers can learn the tricks of their trade in odd places. Most are from guest authors, but I’ll pop in from time to time too. This week’s installment is by Peter…

“Limestone, Lye and the Buzzing of Flies”: new story at Strange Horizons

My story “Limestone, Lye and the Buzzing of Flies” is up at Strange Horizons. You can read it here, or listen to Anaea Lay’s podcast (which gave me shivers!) here. I blogged already about what it means to me to have a story published…

Unlikely Influences: What Steve Bein learned about writing from martial arts, part 2

Unlikely Influences is a series of weekly blog posts about how science fiction and fantasy writers can learn the tricks of their trade in odd places. Most are from guest authors, but I’ll pop in from time to time too. This week’s installment is by Steve…

Unlikely Influences: What M.K. Hutchins learned about endings from Toy Story

Unlikely Influences is a series of weekly blog posts about how science fiction and fantasy writers can learn the tricks of their trade in odd places. Most are from guest authors, but I’ll pop in from time to time too. This week’s installment is by M….

Unlikely Influences: What Marina J. Lostetter learned about conflict and tension from football

Unlikely Influences is a series of weekly blog posts about how science fiction and fantasy writers can learn the tricks of their trade in odd places. Most are from guest authors, but I’ll pop in from time to time too. This week’s installment is by Marina…