Category Archives: Night Bazaar

If you have a garden and a library you have everything you need

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

With great power…

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

Falling into science fiction

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