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Goblin cover

Fellow writer friend Ever Dundas’ first novel is being published in May! Keep an eye out, this is a gem 🙂

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fb_goblin_cover1 Goblin by Ever Dundas, cover design by Cinnamon Curtis

“Ian McEwan’s Atonement meets Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth
in this extraordinary debut.” – Freight Books

Creatures! I’m thrilled to unveil the beautiful Goblin cover, designed by my wonderful husband, Cinn. You can find more of his work here – feel free to get in touch with him, as he takes commissions (ranging from birthday cards to annual reports and book covers).

Goblin will be out on 18th May 2017, and you can now pre-order a copy directly from Freight (or buy it at the launch night in Edinburgh – I’ll update you on the date and venue soon). If you’d like me to appear at any events, please get in touch.

“A captivating and capricious debut that explores with a deft hand the ‘creature world’ we all carry somewhere inside. Hops neatly and with verve between contemporary Edinburgh and wartime…

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Update!

startsayingnoI’m still here, going through a massive re-assessment of work and life balance, and what’s feasible health permitting.

Also, reading and writing, as always. 🙂 Just re-orienting myself according to Captain Sparrow’s Compass 🙂

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Call for Submissions

Print Festival Scotland 2016 Call for Submissions  – Deadline May 16th Print Festival Scotland will once again be hosting events at venues across the country, celebrating the community, cultu…

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Freight Books to publish debut novel ‘Goblin’

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“Bones, doll parts, a shrew head, a camera.” – Goblin

Morning, creatures! I come bearing good news – Freight will be publishing my debut novel Goblin in 2017. I’m thrilled to be joining Team Freight (I’m pretending it’s like joining SHIELD and I’m hoping for a badge).

IMG_2401[1] Signing the contract at Jenny Brown’s office I wrote the first 20,000 words of Goblin for my Major Project at the end of the Edinburgh Napier Creative Writing MA in 2011, receiving some brilliant guidance from my tutors, Sam Kelly and David Bishop. In 2013, Book Week Scotland offered a pitch event at Looking Glass Books, so I went along (a nervous wreck!) and I pitched to agent Jenny Brown. She loved my idea and I sent her the completed manuscript in January 2015. Jenny signed me in April 2015. I did some editing work on Goblin over the summer (working with the…

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International Print Exchange 2016 – call for submission

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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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