Monthly Archives: February 2016

An Infectious Success

It makes for very fuzzy heart feelings, when you see one of your mentees going forward in the literary world and accomplishing publication 🙂 Well done to Shirley, here’s to our meetings in the National Museum, where we talked about story and pov and all in between. And had coffee! 😀

Writings from Fidra

My story published in The Opening Line Literary ezine and my name on the front cover.

Thank you, editor Frances Button for selecting my story. I am thrilled.

Pages from Winter 2016 - Infection

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EXHIBITION: UNDER PRESSURE WOMEN PRINTMAKERS

Still a few days to visit this 🙂

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Ursula Le Guin Gives Insightful Writing Advice in Her Free Online Workshop | Open Culture

I didn’t know about this, but Le Guin offering advice is not to miss.

I think speculative fiction is a great term: it unites genre and literary senses, the best of both worlds!

Though it’s sometimes regarded as a pretentious-sounding term for genre writers who don’t want to associate with genre, I’ve always liked the phrase ‘speculative fiction.

J.G. Ballard, Philip K.

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