- So many writers come to class with one question dominant in their mind, 'How do I make a living from this?' It's a fair enough question and one I always try to answer well - but it saddens me that it so often overshadows the more relevant questions of 'why am I writing' and 'what am I saying' and 'how do I keep it honest.'
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Category Archives: random doodlings
As ever I’m messing about drawing bits and pieces from the WiP. Here’s the latest. This is just a portion of a larger drawing, to see the full thing click the pic. And here is the piece of text this … Continue reading
I’m off on my holidays now and won’t be back until the new year. For anyone who missed my link over at Smugglivus, I thought I’d share a Christmas short story with you guys. This story was first published in … Continue reading
The second half of the Skiffy and Fanty show. In which I get quite passionate about publishers, and Shaun and Jen and I somehow end up discussing war :)
The magnificent BookSmugglers are hosting their annual Smugglivus, which means a riotous feast of all things book oriented - including reviews off all their favourite reads of 2010 ( The entire Moorehawke Trilogy was lucky enough to be included! Along with a draw to win all … Continue reading
Well, since I had the gall to start this conversation about piracy, I’ve had a small amount of pot shots taken at me. That’s ok, I expected a bit of a backlash and most folks have been more than kind and … Continue reading
It is a warm day in October, the sun laying slantways across the new paths and ancient monuments of Glasnevin cemetery. The wind is tossing the dark branches of the close-cropped yews, and scattering bright leaves from the many trees … Continue reading
Speaking of HG Wells, here is that terrific interview between Orson and HG that Kate Beaton references in the blurb for her cartoon. Wonderful stuff.
Behold, I done treated myself to a print of my favourite of Kate Beaton’s cartoons: Wells and Verne. This is me being tremendously happy and planning a trip to the nearest shop-that-sells-frames-of-a-price-I-can-afford. I love this strip. It was inspired when … Continue reading