Saturday, 27 November, 2021

Tag: prose


Click The Above Image To Go To The Site Today saw the launch of my new fiction project, Midas, which tells the story of Carlisle Bluth and the inhabitants of Midas City. It will be delivered in easy to digest Read more…


Check out this great resource for independent writers and fans of independent literature. Have an independently produced book, cd or any other kind of media? Then this is the place you need to be. Click the image to go to Read more…


Go and check out my friend R. Monaleza’s newly redesigned site. For everyone who is into spoken word, poetry, fiction, anything creative to do with the written word this is the place to be. Poephics


i have come with yet another way for me to hopefully package and distribute the work which i produce. i have read in certain places recently that the ever-present non-degradable nature of the information on the internet somehow makes it Read more…


Warren Ellis asks questions a lot — he wonders what shape the future might take sometimes: the future of science fiction; the future of the internet and its content. In answer to a piece called The Patchwork Years, which looked Read more…


I have put up a site on which to keep people updated about the status of the print magazine and a further rallying point for people wanting submission information and the like. It will be updated as and when we Read more…


Click The Cover Above To Buy This Book! A collection of stories that takes you closer to some people than you would ever normally want to go. Staked out in the territory of a blooming bruise, ‘proximity alert’ takes you Read more…


I was witness to the genesis of this book, and though the book says the seed of an idea was planted in Missouri, I think something had already clicked into place in Chicago. We were both there to record some Read more…


Click The Cover Above To Buy This Headrush Of A Book! Warchalk marks the open nodes )( The battlefield of tomorrow stirs in the dream of today. It reaches through time and programs the flesh to bring itself to fruition. Read more…


This was the perfect book for someone like me to read — damn, I got every reference in it. Is that something to be worried about? Well, it would be if I were one of the main characters in the Read more…