Monthly Archives: January 2011

Ghosts of a Low Moon

  My first collection Ghosts of a Low Moon (ISBN 978-1-907276-60-6) is now available from Lapwing, Belfast at The collection brings together new poetry and poems from magazines, such as, Ambit, The London Magazine and Interpreter’s House. The collection … Continue reading

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The Craft of Fiction: How to become a novelist by Jonathan Falla I’ve been a professional author for thirty years, writing film and stage drama, three published novels, short stories and essays. The Craft of Fiction grew out of the … Continue reading

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Chris Powici, editor of Northwords Now

I’m two issues into editing Northwords Now and the time has come to start myself a ‘blog’. This is something I promised myself (and others) back In January. The good folk at The Open University (one of my other employers … Continue reading

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Historical novelist

I didn’t set out to be an historical novelist. The plan was to write bleak, contemporary psychological thrillers that would propel me into the top tax bracket and a life of book tours and thoughtful interviews on Radio 4. Things … Continue reading

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Romy Wood and Bamboo Grove

  ROMY WOOD Writer, lecturer, wife, mother & facilitator of diverse things, both tangible and spiritual. launched at the Wales Millenium Centre on Friday 8th October 2010  A black comedy of manic depression, sex  and altruism published by Alcemi/yLolfa  A pseudo-Buddhist … Continue reading

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