Tag Archives: shapeshifters
Tallying the Books 2: The Serpent Bride
The Serpent Bride, my second published book, was a collection of ten short stories that were literary fairy tales, retellings of ballads from Medieval Denmark, was published in 1998 from Thistledown Press. (For non-Canadians, that’s a venerable small literary press … Continue reading
The Birth of the Caravan Road: Ramblings on the Caravan Road 1
Hwaet! I’m starting a series of eight or so blog posts (which may appear somewhat erratically). This here is the first of them. Each is going to take a question of the sort that people seem to want to ask … Continue reading
Update … Congratulations to Anna D., whose name was selected by Mr Wicked as the winner. Please note that the contest is now closed. I’ve suddenly realized it’s Valentine’s Day, or will be tomorrow. I know that if I go … Continue reading
Shapeshifters, chest-wax, and fairy-tales . . .
A while ago, I was invited to write a guest blog post for SF Signal. I decided to do something about why so many of my stories have shapeshifters as important characters, where the roots of my fascination with this … Continue reading