Yes, the cover of my new novella THE MURDERS OF MOLLY SOUTHBOURNE is here!
You can find out what it’s about, and a metric ton of blurbage on the publisher’s page at Tor.com
“The Murders of Molly Southbourne reaches deep into the heart of existence and drags our fears into the sunlight. An excellent, terrifying read.” —Fran Wilde, award-winning author of Updraft, Cloudbound, and Horizon
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Eh, I’m terrible at this blogging thing, no?
Check out my story BOOTBLACK at Expanded Horizons. Maybe content warning? Nah, go for it. You’re adults.
My novella The Murders of Molly Southbourne is due for an October release from Tor.com. First reader responses are good. I’ve seen the cover art, and it’s superb. I will share what I can when I can.
I’m currently working on rewrites for a novella called Witch Gun Running which is a kind of batshit contemporary fantasy with pocket universe settings. The first draft is a mess, but it’s looking like I know what to fix.
In the Johannesburg Review of Books some other writers and I pay tribute to the writer Kojo Laing who died with not nearly enough recognition, in my opinion.
In a few days time I’ll be giving a talk at the London School of Oriental Studies titled Science Fictional antidotes to the Created, Observed and Experienced African Self. It sounds fancier that it really is, but I promise to entertain, at least.
I’m listening to Drum n Bass and reading Elephantmen.
Til next time.
Don’t forget Interzone #266 which contains my science fiction short story THE APOLOGISTS.
My sci-fi story The Apologists will appear in Interzone #266, September this year.
Below is the graphic by Martin Hanford. I like.
I can finally share this.
Cover art by Igor Vitkovskiy.
Cover design by Russell Dickerson.
Pre-orders from later this week.