Wed, 02 March 2011 sunset over mallorca

Mallorcan fisherman at sunset

This was yesterday’s sunset in Santa Ponsa, where the local fisherman cast their lines.

Alas, my short break has run its course. Today I head back to Ireland.

The next time I hope to come away to a place like this with more free time. I spent most of yesterday in front of my keyboard, rattling away at my latest project, and wishing the afternoon wasn’t so fine. I managed a short break in the evening, just before dinner, and dashed down to the water to try and snap some shots.

I captured a number of good images, which I will look at when I’m feeling oppressed by grey skies and rain in Ireland (until some fine weather wanders by – it’s not all bad in Ireland, but the winters are difficult).

An article I wrote for UK feminist web site, Bad Reputation, went live yesterday. It’s a wrap-up piece for the end of Women in Horror Month, and is called ‘Women in Horror: Five Recommended Writers‘.

It’s my hat-tip to some of the talented women working in the field. There are more, and I hope this piece serves as an introduction to the diversity of writers working in horror presently.

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