The great Le Guin re-read

I’ve decided to re-read all the Earthsea books by Ursula K Le Guin. Well, I say re-read,  but I’ve not read them all for the first time yet. I can’t remember how old I was when I read the first one, A Wizard of Earthsea, but I do remember that it...

Dreaming of Djinn in the house

Look at the pretty shiny. Those are my contributor copies of Dreaming of Djinn that arrived this morning. Edited by the brilliant Liz Grzyb and published by Ticonderoga Publications, this is an anthology of stories inspired by The Thousand and One Nights. Isobelle...

Dark Rite out now!

It’s official! Dark Rite, the short horror novel/very long novella I co-wrote with David Wood, is available now! *trembles* You can find it in any ebook format you prefer, DRM-free, from Smashwords, or you can buy the Kindle or print edition from Amazon. Only...

Urban Fantasy, or is it?

I’ve got this guest post up at S F Signal at the moment: Genre definitions are always very slippery things. I was recently asked by the wonderful folks here at SF Signal to take part in a Mind Meld. It was a pleasure, as I’ve always enjoyed reading those...

Mythic Resonance is out now, featuring a story from me

Mythic Resonance is The Specusphere‘s first printed publication. It is an anthology of speculative fiction short stories by Australian writers following the theme of myths and legends. I’m proud to say that my story, The Everywhere And The Always, is...