Monthly Archives: July 2009

NewCon Press panel at Constitution

I’ll be putting in an appearance at Constitution this weekend. I’ll be participating in the NewCon Press panel, 11am Sunday, at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. Possibly reading from my short story, “The Great Gig in the Sky”, from the anthology Subterfuge, … Continue reading

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The Never-Ending Sacrifice

You can now read an excerpt from The Never-Ending Sacrifice on the Simon and Schuster website, here. Also, coming to a newsagent near you real soon now, Star Trek Magazine 20 contains an extract and review, along with other goodies … Continue reading

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The Sea is Not Full

I’m very pleased that my short story “The Sea is Not Full” has been accepted for an anthology of Irish crime stories with a mythological bent. The working title is The Red Hand of Crime, the editors are Gerard Brennan … Continue reading

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SF author wins short story prize

I was delighted to hear that Chris Beckett won the Edge Hill short story prize over the weekend for his SF anthology The Turing Test. This is the only prize in the UK for a short story collection. The other … Continue reading

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