Smash Lits with Janice Galloway

Janice Galloway is my favourite writer so I was thrilled when we were able to launch The Forge Literary Magazine with her superb story, peak. She recently published a new collection, Jellyfish, available from Freight Books, which showcases her incredible talent. If you're a fan of short stories I really must ask you to buy/read a copy... Continue Reading →

Failure

I entered the Mslexia short story competition this year. My favourite writer, Janice Galloway, was the judge, so it was a must. It’s an excellent competition in an excellent magazine. I sent what I consider finished, polished, strong work, and got nowhere. Ah well, that’s the way it goes. I put a flippant post up... Continue Reading →

Five bits of blether

1) I subbed a few bits and bobs last week; the first time I have done so in what seems like an age. I got my first acceptance of the year today. It's for a tiny bit o' word play, nothing big or clever, but I am pleased. It's a start.2) This week there were... Continue Reading →

Pulpy goodness

A new edition of the ever fabulous Pulp Net is now up. I have written reviews of Janice Galloway's "This is Not About Me" and Chris Killen's "The Bird Room". Also, for London dwelling peeps, there is a Pulp Net Short Story Cafe on tonight, which looks well worth going to.

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