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J. C. Conway on Science Fiction and studying the craft of writing

The blogsphere is literally exploding with talented writers and poets, very few of whom get the attention they deserve. INTERVIEWS will introduce you to a new generation of writers and thinkers. So watch this space, who knows what you’ll find . . . Science Fiction, fantasy and romance writer J. C. Conway talks about military … Continue reading

‘The Passion of New Eve’ by Angela Carter

I know nothing. I am tabula erasa, a blank sheet of paper, an unhatched egg. I have not yet become a woman, although I possess a woman’s shape. Not a woman, no: both more and less than a real woman. Now I am as mythic and monstrous as Mother herself; but I cannot bring myself … Continue reading

‘The Eyre Affair’ by Jasper Fforde

. . . the Toad News anchorwoman sombrely announced that a young surrealist had been killed – stabbed to death by a gang adhering to a radical school of French Impressionists. Forget everything you know. There is another 1985. Another England where the Crimea War never ended, questions of Shakespearean authorship can inspire gang warfare … Continue reading

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