Tag Archives: Gaie Sebold

Eastercon Roundup 2019

Here are comments and observations by a variety of writers in the Milford family. We had a Milford stand this year to promote upcoming events and the bursary for SF writers of colour.   Sue Oke says: This year’s Eastercon, … Continue reading

Posted in fantasy, Milford, reading, science fiction, writing | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Live Blog from Milford 2018

Jacey Bedford It’s my turn first because I look after this blog. We all arrived at Trigonos on Saturday, ready to start critiquing on Sunday. We are fifteen. We’ve all sent in our pieces for critique in advance and now, … Continue reading

Posted in fantasy, Milford, reading, science fiction, writing | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Making People In My Head – by Gaie Sebold

Someone asked me recently, “Which comes first for you, character or plot?” “Oh, character,” I said. “Character every time.” And having said it, I realised that it might be generally true – at least, where novels are concerned – but … Continue reading

Posted in fantasy, Milford, science fiction, writing | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment