Category Archives: Hyene

1984 vrs The Poison Throne

Last week, year twelve student, Millicent Duncan, emailed to say she had written an essay comparing the human experiences in The Poison Throne and George Orwell’s classic dystopia, Nineteen Eighty-Four. I am, of course, thrilled to have Moorehawke examined in … Continue reading

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German edition of Rebel Prince!

Well hello, Konigspfade! Is that a map in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? (I do so love how the German maps are actual individual wee maps! SO COOL! ) (Photo taken in an excited rush on … Continue reading

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A brief note from the depths of the editing well…

Semi related link added 08/03/2012: Cat Valente’s terrific article discussing publishing Semi related link, added 5/02/2012: Ewan Morrison’s interesting article exploring the possible consequences of what he calls the ‘selfpublishing e-bubble‘ If one more person sends me an Amanda Hocking link I … Continue reading

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Fur Jule.

I don’t normally draw book plates any more, as the demand simply got too great and my time too limited. But I couldn’t refuse the little sister of my beloved German translator. Again, forgive the lack of proper lettering – … Continue reading

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