SK Farrell, Writer – fantasy, sf, cyberpunk, weird
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Story News: ‘A Little Blood, A Little Fire’

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Story News: ‘Pauline and the Bahnians’

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I’ve Been Reading: Josiah Bancroft

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Story News: ‘Song of the Land’

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http://hongrie-gourmande.com/frensis/2633 My story ‘Song of the Land’ found a home in BFS: Horizons #5. It’s a little bit of magic realism, or maybe historical fantasy (what do these things mean? No one knows…) set in the English Civil War, and its protagonist is a blacksmith’s daughter, Beatrix Haywood. I originally wrote it as a flash piece […]

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I’ve Been Reading: Mark Lawrence, David Ashton, Ever Dundas, Owen Sheers

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Inspiration: A Trip to Granada, Spain

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I’ve always found place explosively inspirational when it comes to writing. Reading prose and looking at art generate a little zap of imagination each, poetry and music quite a bit more, but actually going somewhere and breathing it in and absorbing all the little details has always worked wonders. A number of characters and settings […]

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