- 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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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
Liz Williams We are now well into the Writers’ Tears whisky, having just gone through the Milford Marketing Meeting. Where to send your precious piece? What to do? What to write next? The Milford MM collective hive mind will tell … Continue reading
Jacey Bedford The last day of Milford crits has arrived. We sit around the crit room with horizontal rain blowing across the wild Welsh hills outside. Five more stories to crit today. Vaughn Stanger’s story is up first. It’s a … Continue reading
Jacey Bedford One day slides into the next… and suddenly it’s Wednesday. How did that happen? Yesterday we reached the halfway point on crits, so we have only another two days to go, another ten pieces to crit, with sixteen … Continue reading
Suyi Davies Okungbowa Morning starts off quite wet, then suddenly gives way to this beautiful amount of sun we’re not expecting. Some take this opportunity to slink away to Mordor and return without any Gandalf Eagles (looking at you Vaughan … Continue reading
Terry Jackman What to say? Well. it’s Tuesday here now. I think. You lose track of time at Milford very quickly. That’s part of the attraction. My first crit is over, and I’ve survived unscathed. Everyone has now had one … Continue reading