CSFG members have been busy as usual – here’s the latest news. Congratulations in particular to everyone who picked up various awards and gongs! And here’s to a bountiful and successful writing year in 2016! Short story Alan Baxter has enjoyed a few publications in an end-of-year rush: “How Father [...]
by Ian McHugh With the re-release of her Dream of Asarlai trilogy as an e-book omnibus, I took the opportunity to interview Our Nicole about the books, her writing process, cover letters, using life model decoys and planning like Rimmer from Red Dwarf (you’ll see). Dream of Asarlai Trilogy An [...]
by Ian McHugh Following the release of her new e-book, Innocence Lost – part one of her For Queen and Country saga – I interviewed Patty Jansen about the new book, self-publishing and her writing process. This will be the first in an occasional series of interviews with CSFG members [...]
Well, three people, actually - but that's still pretty busy. Marianne De Pierres Glenda Larke And, disguised as her mild-mannered alter ego: Ainslie Paton
CSFG's most recent Writers of the Future Contest winner, Shauna O'Meara, has been interviewed at the Sputnik's Orbit blog, about liking spiders, winning at Donkey Kong and being able to warble like an Australian Magpie, among other matters of grave importance. Oh, and writing.