Monthly Archives: December 2014

The World’s First Bionic Pop Artist

OK, so I missed the C4 documentary but you may have seen Viktoria Modesta’s amazing video doing the rounds on social media.

Billed as the world’s first bionic pop artist, the British amputee singer-songwriter is doing something amazing, redefining perceptions of beauty by challenging notions of disability, and is well worth a watch.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: we’re living in the future people. It’s weird, and it’s wonderful.

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“Vestigial Tales” Christmas Promotional Posters

As part of their Christmas sale, Ichabod Press have released three promotional images for Vestigial Tales. Each one shows a story from the book along with its accompanying illustration and I think they look pretty cool!

I’ve posted them below for your perusal along with links to the Kindle and Kobo stores. Don’t forget – you can get Vestigial Tales for just $1.99 over at Amazon, but only until Christmas!

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Happy Holidays!

“The Fumblers Alley Risk Emporium” by Julian Mortimer Smith

Hello!

This is a very quick post to let you know that my friend and author, Julian Mortimer Smith has a new story out in the December issue of Urban Fantasy Magazine.

For those of you who don’t know Urban Fantasy, it’s available as a pay-what-you-want download and is a really great source of new fiction as well as non-fiction and reviews.

For those of you who don’t know Julian Mortimer Smith, he’s a Canadian writer of weird and, I think, really quite wonderful stories and is well worth a read. If you don’t want to pay for Urban Fantasy (although you can download the latest issue for as little as a penny!), why not check out Julian’s short Barb-the-Bomb and the Yesterday Boy which you can read for free over at Daily Science Fiction (another great source for new short form SF).

Well, that’s all from me for now.

Stay Classy {insert appropriate city/town/village name here}