In other writing news, I am currently hard at work trying to find homes for a number of recently completed stories, but have nothing definite to announce as of yet. If you are interested in reading some of my work, however, there is plenty of it available. If you are into King Arthur, why not pick up a copy of issue 7 of Legend: Worlds of Possibility, which features my story The Heart of a King, together with a fascinating interview with Storm Constantine. Alternatively, might I recommend issue 17 of Hadrosaur Tales for some cutting edge science fiction, including my very own Picture This. If I had my way, I would also have liked to plug the one year anniversary edition of ~The Willows~, where the first piece of supernatural fiction I ever wrote was published, but unfortunately, this high profile publication has long since ceased publication. Instead, let me tell you about another important milestone... All I Want For Christmas, the first of my comic scripts to be developed into a full-fledged graphic strip. This twist-in-the-tale science fiction story with stunning artwork by Mark Chilcott (samples of which can be viewed here) can be found in the Christmas edition of Murky Depths.
Turning to poetry, my most recent appearances have been in The Stray Branch and Blinking Cursor (two beautifully presented magazines packed with high quality writing). My work can also be found in back issues of Back Roads (highly recommended if you are into hardcore horror) and MÖBIUS, which is rapidly establishing itself as one of the top poetry magazines in the world.
My current project is an epic fantasy novel, which will take me I dread to think how long to finish (we're probably talking about years). Stay tuned for further details. Before I forget, I'd like to take this opportunity to remind you, if you haven't already picked up a copy, that the first in my planned series of horror novelettes is available to buy at The
O Tempora Emporium.
It's a rip-roaring piece that pays homage to the traditional gothic novel, à la Matthew Lewis and Ann Radcliffe.
At the present
moment in time, acting (my other great passion) is on the backburner, though I must
stress this is only temporary. As soon as my finances are sorted
out, there is no doubt that I shall tread the boards once more - I miss them too much not to.