Monthly Archives: May 2020

Make Me Care by Sue Thomason

First posted 9th May 2017 Writer, I have just picked up your novel, and I’m reading the opening pages. I’ve opened the door of the mind-transporter; here comes my first glimpse of a whole new world. It looks good, and … Continue reading

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David Gullen – The Girl From A Thousand Fathoms – Interview.

Milford: Your new book is called The Girl From A Thousand Fathoms. Give us a quick rundown. Dave: It’s a contemporary detective fantasy set partly in modern-day Brighton, and partly in ancient Babylon. Tim Wassiter, new-age private detective, uses magic … Continue reading

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Gilgamesh by Jim Anderson

I have recently read two different versions of Gilgamesh. One is The Epic of Gilgamesh, the Penguin classics version edited by Andrew George, and the other is the more flowing version by Stephen Mitchell. As much as I love the … Continue reading

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Liz Williams – Comet Weather – Interview

Milford: First of all, Liz, could you please give us a very quick introduction to Comet Weather. Liz: It’s the only novel I’ve ever written which is set in contemporary Britain. It’s set partly in Somerset, where I live, and … Continue reading

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