A meagre homage

JG Ballard died in 2009 on April 19 (I am a tad late to say ‘OTD’). I read his “The Voices of Time” in a paperback collection edited by Damien Knight, 100 Years of Science Fiction. (I was very happy to buy those two volumes, by the way, in the mid-70s, with part of the […]

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Australia Day

When I was a young man, I saw a part of a US made for TV movie about an Australian serial killer going about his hobby in the US. Apparently it was based on a true story. The killer had some form of American accent – indeed, was played by an American, and that was […]

Dave’s New year Meditations

Hey yoose lot, happy new year, and get some meditations into ya. Ideas are far more powerful than guns. We don’t allow our enemies to have guns, why should we allow them to have ideas? – Joseph Stalin Until a man is twenty-five, he still thinks, every so often, that under the right circumstances he […]

Story #26 – “The Time-Traveller’s lament”

May I recommend for your reading … pleasure? … my most recent publication, and my final for 2021 (and who knows, perhaps my final ever?), The Time-Traveller’s Lament ? So many things to say about this, for a change. Thanks to the folks at Sci-Phi Journal. This is the second story of mine they have […]

” … and many more”.

Cover reveal for the upcoming print anthology 3LBE Volume VII, collecting issues 25–28, with 23 pieces of original fiction by Cat Rambo, Mari Ness, J.M. McDermott, Gwendolyn Kiste, Michael J. DeLuca, Kristi DeMeester, E. Catherine Tobler, and many more. “… and many more”. Hey, that’s me! My first 3LBE story, “Some Corner of a Dorset […]