A Week For Wonderful Features…
This has been something of a week for guest features:
I also very much enjoyed the featured poem on the Tuesday Poem Hub — selected by fellow community member Eileen Moeller, it is “What We Call Frog Hunting” by US poet Jane Springer. Well worth a read, here.
And yesterday I was very pleased to host a guest post by Ripley Patton on her YA novel, Ghost Hand — focusing on why this particular story and also about her current kickstarter project to see the novel published. Check the post out here — and if you like what you read, consider supporting the Ghost Hand kickstarter. (A link is provided at the end of the post.)
What’s Coming Up?
Well, today I’m hoping to see my poem ‘Stepping Into Rain’ featured in the Christchurch Press. Shall nip out to buy a paper very soon to “check and see” — if I have not done so already by the time you are reading this!
And hey, still old fashioned: there’s nothing quite as nice for me as seeing my work featured in ink, on paper. It’s so, you know, tangible…
Last but not least, Andrew Robins, who penned last week’s review of Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2312, here, tells me that there may be a review of John Scalzi’s Red Shirts in the offing. So — watch this space! (But no breath holding mind, OSH & ACC might not approve!)