A selection of images including the cover to Titanic Terastructures, A Quiet Afternoon 2, Thirty Years of Rain, New Maps, Shoreline of Infinity, K-Zine, Flotation Device and Magical Crime Scene Investigation.
In the centre are two painted images, one of a frazzled ginger haired woman drinking tea and one of a Sikh gentleman holding a bucket and sword and facing pink tentacles

Category: images

  • The Eastercon Of Doing Things

    The Eastercon Of Doing Things

    It has been a while since I last posted and, with Eastercon fast gambolling towards me I felt I really ought to do an update. Not much to say on the writing front. Much writing is ongoing but no new acceptances. I am building up a nice pile of stories which are either out for…

  • Happiness personified

    Happiness personified

    Me with my copies of Caledonia Dreamin’ and Oomph. Mostly posting this so I can look back, remind myself that publication is a joyous thing and then get on with some tedious editing. They’re dead good books though, you should buy them.

  • The Return of the Pulp-O-Mizer

    The Return of the Pulp-O-Mizer

    It turns out that anthologies are like buses. You wait for ages and then two turn up at once. Today the TOC for Oomph got announced and so, by way of celebration, I’ve been farting around on the Pulp-O-Mizer site again. So, coming soon in Oomph is; and in Caledonia Dreamin’;

  • Caledonia Dreamin’

    Not posted here in a while due to mucking about with a novel length piece of nonsense and so not much happening. (Actually, I’ve been watching too much Doctor Who in the run up to the 50th anniversary but I like to fool myself I have a reason for not writing so much short fiction…

  • Morpheus Tales cover

    Morpheus Tales cover

    The cracking cover for Morpheus Tales Apocalypse Special Read the first couple of stories so far and I’ve really enjoyed them. By the way, they have a discount on today should you feel like purchasing. But no matter how good that cover is, it won’t stop me Pulp-O-Mizing my own one.

  • The Greatest Pulp Stories Ever Told

    The Greatest Pulp Stories Ever Told

    So yesterday I was introduced to the Pulp-O-Mizer and did spend far too much time making up silly pulp covers. So, by way of putting something up here, have a spoof for the story I had in Sein und Werden (their actual cover is much nicer) And then, because I am having too much fun…