Monthly Archives: October 2013

In Praise of… Michael Moorcock

I’ve been writing, on and off, about my favourite short stories, both here and on my previous blog, Tales From the Computerbank. Now I’ve decided, for no better reason than because I can, to put down a few words about … Continue reading

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Forged In Heaven, Tempered In Hell

My short story Forged in Heaven, Tempered in Hell, should be appearing in the excellent Swords and Sorcery Magazine, fairly soon. It’s my third appearance in S&S (the earlier stories were Bones Heal and The Harvester of Souls) and the … Continue reading

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The Joy of Rewriting

Rewriting, we are often told, is a vital part of writing. Great fiction, they say, are not written but rewritten. It’s a good point, and one worth noting, I think. My own recent experience of the rewrite has taught me … Continue reading

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