- “a fantastical story with plenty of excitement” – review of Instrument of War on Risingshadow
- “a meaty, classic collection” – review by Brian Clegg of John Gribbin’s Don’t Look Back
- Cursed on the Prairies coming in September…
- “full-frontal, Gonzo storytelling” – review of The Janus Cycle and Dinnusos Rises on All Things Jill-Elizabeth
- Nine Worlds 2017 – we had a blast!
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This month’s postcard from the future comes from a 23rd century medical practitioner… * My area of speciality is the old, or Senetics as we call it, a word which will be unfamiliar to you people of the past, if … Continue reading
Her chest rises and falls marking out time with the movement of air, muscle: the unbidden will to live. Before her the door is bricked in, the window boarded and sealed, the old lime wall drunk on carbon dioxide. Around … Continue reading
High above the barricade a flock of mockingbirds marked out a halo to the urban sprawl. Ripples of static on two-way radios mingled with the hum of traffic circling the cordoned off area. Then silence for a moment as everything … Continue reading
This month’s postcard from the future comes from a 23rd century archaeologist… * I was keen to get involved when I heard about this project and I hope they use my postcard as one of the ones they send back … Continue reading
Hello diary. I won. There’s no other way to put it. Of course, it was nearly a week and a half ago now, so you’d think that I’d have been able to express in words exactly how it felt. And … Continue reading
Hello diary. This last week has been strange. I met some of my creators. And not just the people who devised the emotion chip – a couple of the engineers who designed my ‘brain’ made appearances as well.
Hello diary. I meant to do my entries last week as usual, but was dragged into a sudden whirlwind of activity around my case: I expected the hearing would be months down the line, but apparently, when your suit might … Continue reading
This month’s postcard from the future seems to come from somebody a little less (or more?) than human… * They suggested I take part in the Postcard To The Past project, only they should have left me more time because … Continue reading
The thud is the first thing I hear as my ‘system reboots’ – although I prefer to say as I wake up – although of course not out aloud, no need to call undue attention to myself. Downstairs the white … Continue reading