Monthly Archives: October 2008

Something is rotten in Vorbarr Sultana

Hamlet! Hamlet Hamlet Hamlet! Yes, so – it was fantastic. Which I know is the point of going to see the RSC, but when you’ve been anticipating something so eagerly you never know if you might end up disappointed. I … Continue reading

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Sleeve notes 2

“Does the Future of SF Lie in Media other than Traditional Literature?” was the title of a panel I spoke on at NewCon, alongside Paul Cornell, John Jarrold, Steve Longworth, and Dave Hutchinson. I was assured by a friend in … Continue reading

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Sleeve notes

Over the weekend, I was at NewCon in Northampton, a gathering of SF writerly types, with guests Iain Banks, Ken McLeod, Storm Constantine, and Paul Cornell. Thank you to Ian Whates and Ian Watson for organizing. I felt like I … Continue reading

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Song contest

Here’s a meme from Piers: “Find a song that sums up what you think it means to be a writer and post the lyrics on your blog and why you’ve chosen it. NB: It doesn’t have to be your favourite … Continue reading

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