Posts Tagged "Lynda E Rucker"

Thu, 16 June 2016 Dublin Ghost Story Festival

I’ll be one of the guests at the Dublin Ghost Story Festival, which is taking place from 19 – 21 August 2016, at the Freemason Grand Lodge of Ireland, 17 Molesworth Street in Dublin.
The Guest of Honour is Adam Nevill and the Master of Ceremonies is John Connolly. Other guests include: A.K. Benedict, Paul Kane, [...]

Tue, 08 December 2015 The Ghost Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore

Back in 2012 I had the fine fortune to write a section of  an anthology horror play called The Hallowe’en Sessions, which had a run in the West End in London. I worked with fellow writers Kim Newman, Anne Billson, Sean Hogan, Paul McAuley, and Stephen Volk,
Well, the creative sparks behind that production now have another stellar horror portmanteau [...]

Mon, 02 February 2015 The Moon Will Look Strange – review

Since February is Women in Horror month, I’ve decided to post the full review I wrote of Lynda E. Rucker’s collection The Moon Will Look Strange (Karōshi Books, 2013). My piece was published in the Green Book journal last year.
I will note that Lynda is a friend of mine, but since my general policy is [...]

Wed, 23 April 2014 The Green Book – issue 3

Today I received my contributor’s copies of The Green Book: Writings on Irish Gothic, Supernatural and Fantastic Literature, issue 3.
The Green Book is a handsome anthology of essays and reviews published regularly by The Swan River Press, edited by Brian J. Showers.

Issue 3 is devoted to examining the work of Ireland pre-eminent 19th century supernatural [...]

Mon, 09 September 2013 Dublin Zine Fair 2013

The Dublin Zine Fair took place in The Exchange, in Temple Bar Dublin from 17 – 18 August. Lynda Rucker and I went along on the Sunday to check out the talent and see who is producing work in this scene in Ireland. The event is organised by Sarah Bracken, who also is one of [...]

Tue, 02 April 2013 Journey Planet 15

The latest edition of the fanzine, Journey Planet, is online (issue 15). It’s edited by Hugo-Award-Winners Christopher J Garcia and James Bacon per usual, but half the issue is guest-edited by writer Lynda E. Rucker, and is termed ‘The Write Stuff’.

That section is devoted to conversations with writers about the ins and outs of their [...]

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