Monthly Archives: November 2015
Discussion of one of the most influential groups of artists, writers and thinkers with their beautiful, often fascinating work.
We are pleased to announce our popular #PRBday is taking place this year on Sunday 15 November. This is our chance to commemorate the formation of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood online and help spread their legacy. We will be asking you to vote for your favourite Pre-Raphaelite drawings, painting, and sculptures. And new for this year, we are also asking for your favourite Pre-Raphaelite poems!
Share images and links to works that inspire you and talk with other modern Pre-Raphaelites about those rare gems you’ve found. You’ll also have a chance to chat via Twitter with Serena Trowbridge (@serena_t), the editor of The Review, and Madeleine Pearce (@nouveaudigital), the London and Southern Group coordinator. So follow @PreRaphSoc and get ready for an inspiring day.
We are so excited to have Tamora Pierce as our featured author, and talk to her about how her obsession with the Middle Ages as a child inspired her writing, as well as about writing the role models she felt were missing in fantasy. We have some wonderful short stories and poetry by Deborah Walker, Sian Lorna Dawson, Matt Harris, and Nicki Heinen in our fiction section. Find Sonia Mullet’s latest column on out-of-print SFF works, and a look at East Asian visions of the past and future by Lucy in our non-fiction section. And in cross media find our Terminator movie marathon, read about time travel and romance in Lisa Kerrigan’s article, and about TV show Quantum Leap in Time Travelling Without Moving by Tom Riley.
We are so amazed and thrilled to be able…
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Words for the weary
I sort of* stumbled upon this brilliant video by independent author Katy Haye. It’s fairly reflective of my writing life and that of many others. So, do take a look at…
*I say “sort of stumbled” as I have recently finished editing Katy’s latest novel and I was adding her glowing testimonial to my blog’s Editing and Critique page and when checking her website link, went to her ‘About Me’ page and clicked on the YouTube link.