Category: Diversity in SFF

Embers of War Review

Review: Embers of War by Gareth L. Powell

Gothic Fantasy & Steampunk

There’s been a bit of a theme in the books I’ve been reading recently. All have been set in or around the Victorian era. Jeanette Ng’s Under the Pendulum Sun is an absorbing Gothic Fantasy, capturing the feel of Stoker and Bronte. Highly recommended, and you can find the rest of my review on SFFWorld….

Interview with Jo Zebedee

A new SFF based site focusing on the written word aspect of the genre, covering events, reviews, interviews and potentially anything summoned at the crossroads of SF and SFF.

House On The Borderlands.

Jo Zebedee was kind enough to allow me to interview her for House On The Borderland.

Read my Interview with Jo Zebedee

A Knapsack Full of Nine Worlds.

Nine Worlds – Part Three.(Seriously a Duology?  Bah… good things come in threes.) Where am I? “YOUR IN A ROOM!” I am no longer at Nine Worlds, sadly. For me it was a little less shiny this year. (Did you over do it this year guys?) I decided to explore outside my usual workshop and…

A not so pocket guide To Nine Worlds (Part Two)

There are less than two weeks to go, and yes, you’re just a little bit excited.  You have your ticket, (you do, right?) you’ve got your name down for those extra special limited attendance workshops. You’ve memorised the programme by heart, consumed the convention’s anti-harrassment policy, become addicted to the Twitter feed but…now what? The…