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reminiscent of Neil Gaiman’s lighter works..." -Fantasyliterature.com
Other News & Publications...
Copies of Ether Frolics will be awarded as prizes at Steampunk Doncaster, an event on the 15th & 16th of June, 2013, in Doncaster South Yorkshire.
I got the chance to write the foreword for the 50th anniversary e-book edition of Donald Jack's classic novel of the First World War, Three Cheers for Me (which won the Leacock Medal for Humour).
Tristate Reviews recently (Oct 28, 2011) reviewed Knights of the Sea: "Fun reading that will delight fans of Phillip Pullman..."
Find out who won the novels Sporeville and
Knights of the Sea in our July book draw here.
Knights of the Sea is now available as an e-book in addition to the paperback edition.
The Poe's Deadly Daughters blog recommends Sporeville and Knights of the Sea as "Spooky, quirky, strange, and very funny".
I was recently awarded first prize in the 2010 James McIntyre poetry contest for the best cheese-related poem (entitled "The Saguenay Cheese"), thus becoming, in effect, one of the nation's pre-eminent cheese-poets!
My short story "The Resident Member" has been dramatized in South Africa as a radio play, starring Gideon Emery, Damon Berry, and Joe Vaz. The podcast is available here.
An e-book edition of Sporeville has just been released through Kobo. is also available in paperback.
As a tribute to the British cheddar cheese that travelled aloft in a balloon to the very edge of space, I composed this poem (fashioned after John Gillespie Magee's "High Flight".
"The Resident Member "
Issue №7, Something Wicked
Poltergeists, death, and romance interrupt
a quiet dinner at the Etheric Explorers Club ...
"Ten Golden Roosters", Issue №4, The Willows
"66° South", Issue №2, The Willows
"The Incident at the 27th Meeting", Issue №1, The Willows
"The Mud Men of Tower Tunnel", Issue №8, Forgotten Worlds
"...an entertaining and thoughtful story".
- SciFi.uk.com review
"Night of Sevens", Issue №20, Oceans of the Mind
"Gritty and realistic, Marlowe achieves his goal with deft prose stokes and clever dialogue". - Tangent Online review
"Venera Redux", Issue №5, Continuum SF
"Ten Golden Roosters", Issue №3, Forgotten Worlds
"Krasnaya Luna", Issue XIV, Oceans of the Mind -review-
"Resurrection and Life", Issue XIII, Oceans of the Mind
"A Visit from Prospero", Issue 10, Andromeda Spaceways
"For we being many", Issue IX Oceans of the Mind
"Airship Voyages Made Easy", Indigo/Henkell Anthology
"Scientia Potentia Est", HMS Beagle
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