Just as the short-lived heat-wave of British summer has now faded into autumnal nippiness, my to-do list has segued from a solid block of Hugo/Splatterpunk award reviews into, well, something a bit more flexible. I’ve been taking the opportunity to get stuck into thee two non-fiction books I’ve got on the go – Monster Hunters, Dinosaur Lovers: Speculative Fiction in the Culture Wars and Thoughts and Fears: Essays on Horror and Culture – while working on a few smaller projects on the side.
There’s not a tremendous amount I can talk in detail about right now, but suffice to say that I’ve been keeping myself busy and I’m looking forward to seeing my projects develop over the remaining months of the year.
Articles of mine published elsewhere this month:
- 2020 Hugo Awards Reflect Struggle over History
- Remembering Charlee Jacob: Geek Poems and Wormwood Nights
- Astounding Histories, May 1930: Humanity’s Evolution
- Werewolf Wednesdays: House of Frankenstein, House of Dracula, She-Wolf of London, Abbott and Costello
- Article on the Tammy & Jinty Special 2020
Article topics for September and beyond: