There is a form of art that has always inspired me. When I think of the amount of work that would be put into such a piece, it humbles me. This form is the epic poem, or epic ballad. The form demands a few features. First it is written in verse. Often there is a… Continue reading Epic?
Christine E. Mackenzie grew up in Bavaria/Germany and moved to the United States in her mid-twenties. Having started out as a journalist for magazines, she later received a job offer writing for Australian Consolidated Press, based in Sydney/ New South Wales, owned by media baron Kerry Packer. By then already married to a world-class Polo player, she… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Christine E. MacKenzie
It wasn’t long before Harvard read for Writers Club. To my recollection he read in Writers Club twice. This first time, it was a poem. It was dark, gritty. It gave off a rotting smell, had sour breath. It was a poem that made you feel like being other places, a poem to curl the… Continue reading To Destroy Something Beautiful
David Hambling is an author and science/technology journalist based in South London. He writes for New Scientist magazine, The Economist, WIRED, Popular Mechanics, The Guardian newspaper and others. 2018 will see the release of “Master of Chaos”, fourth in the Harry Stubbs series of Mythos adventures, as well as the nonfiction “We: Robot – The… Continue reading The Friday 13 with David Hambling
Priest by day, writer at odd times of the day and night, Chrys lives with a small green parrot called Tilly because the upkeep for a dragon is beyond her current budget. Plus she’s responsible for making good any flame damage to church property. She loves ‘Doctor Who’, landscape photography, single malt whisky, and her… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Chrys Cymri