This week at the Night Bazaar we’re discussing The Politics of Science Fiction: Eco-tastrophy. The title to my post was inspired by this lovely gem tweeted by the brilliant @brainpicker earlier today: http://exp.lore.com/post/22663248289/if-you-have-a-garden-and-a-library-you-have
Here’s the link to the blog:
If you have a garden and a library you have everything you need
This week at the Night Bazaar we are discussing horror – what scares you?
My answer to this in short is: everything. The longer version can be found via the link below:
Please send me a basket of kittens instead
This week over at the Night Bazaar we’re talking about why we write fantasy. What can you do with fantasy that you can’t do with other genres?
You can read my post here:
This week’s theme for the Night Bazaar is Steampunk: Fetishizing a time that never was.
I know very little about Steampunk, although I’d like to learn and read more, and was wondering what on earth I would write. Fortunately, the Internet alerted me to the fact that NORTHERN LIGHTS, one of my favourite books, is considered to have elements of Steampunk, so I very happily talked about that. You can read it here:
With great power
Week 2 at The Night Bazaar – this week our topic is ‘Wolf Pack of One?’. Do we write in a vacuum or participate in workshops? Who do we trust, if anyone, to read our first drafts? Link to my post below:
This month I’ve started blogging for The Night Bazaar, a group blog for authors with books releasing from Night Shade Books in 2012. Each week we write on a given topic and it’s a wonderful opportunity to exchange thoughts with other writers and find out what we share, or what we do differently. I’ll be blogging every Tuesday until July – here’s a link to my first post:
Falling into science fiction