- Fantasycon by the Cathedral, Peterborough 2017 – A Review by Terry Jackman
- It’s the Best Novel I’ve Ever Written by Gus Smith
- Things I Didn’t Know When I Started to Write a Trilogy – by Jacey Bedford
- Creating Aliens by Deborah Walker
- The Milford Write Up for 2017
- Live Blogging from Milford: Friday 15th September – 5.30 p.m.
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Nimbus, the third book in my Psi-Tech trilogy is out today. Let me say that again because I only have twenty four hours to keep repeating is and it’s one of those phrases that doesn’t get old. Nimbus, the third … Continue reading
Contributors: Suyi Davies Okungbowa, Dolly Garland, Mark Isles and Steph Bianchini Setting: Trigonos Centre, Nantlle Valley, Wales In the beautiful Trigonos centre, under the cover of clouds and rains and occasional bursts of sunshine, fifteen writers gathered together for one … Continue reading
Jacey Bedford This will probably be my last live blog from Milford for this year. The hard work is over. Today we’ve been to Caernarfon for a mooch around the castle and lunch at the Anglesea Arms. Though the weather … Continue reading
Jacey Bedford Not much time for blogging today with five pieces to critique this afternoon and the Milford AGM after dinner which then devolved into a general conversation and, later, finished up with four of us diehards in the library … Continue reading
Jacey Bedford Sitting in a crit session listening to the crit going round the room. Matt’s story is up: The Shelf Stackers of Eternity. Great title. I’ve delivered my crit. I didn’t have much to say because I really liked … Continue reading
Jacey Bedford Milford day four. Tuesday morning and it’s raining again. We often get rain in September (this is North Wales after all) but it’s been pretty relentless so far; not heavy (mostly) but persistent, with few breaks. As I … Continue reading
Jacey Bedford My first crit session of the week went well. This was my revised opening of The Amber Crown, set in an analogue of the Baltic States around the middle of the seventeenth century. I’m working on a revision … Continue reading