You are among the 25 authors whose prose or poetry has been selected for the 2014 Mariner Awards. As our Annual Review says, "The 40 titles listed — out of 304 for the year — are the ones that the Review Board has rated most highly in 2014. They have earned Bewildering Stories’ most signal honor."
There are TWO of them :)
Bewildering Stories has passed it's 600th Issue and I so proud to be part of that!
Christmas was properly but if anything, modestly celebrated here at Chateau Joslin with pork, apple, roast vegetables, sprouts (of course), individual Xmas puds, Alnwick rum butter and cream. Didn't have room for coffee but I had been basically pigging out for the past three weeks so no kudos there.
The presents were lovely and we spoke with family and friends. Special thanks to Kath and Jim way over there in Minneapolis for your call
and emails from afar too, Jody Costa, Amy Corbin and Jane Vandenburg.
Apparently there is SNOW in some parts. It was frosty for the past few nights but no snow here and the frost is all gone too. Sometimes the NE is milder than the SW. This IS BRITAIN!!! Here in the garden there are still roses and a couple of other hangers on, despite a recent frost.
I have a poem today in PPandP -- a true story of lost love Ahhhh! In fact that is my third 'garden' based poem there -- coincidentally. So here you go:
Pretty poems all in a row.
Liaison at Dusk
As you make your New Year Resolutions, remember the first one should be to be KINDER and more POSITIVE.
'cos what's the point of being skinny if you're beastly and MEAN?