Author Archives: Trent

Clowns and Vampires and Carnivals and Trains

Christmas is upon us, and Death Moots, and Birthdays – I’m crashing through my forties at an insane rate (still a lot of them to go though). Next year is going to be all about clowns and vampires and carnivals … Continue reading

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Krissy Kneen – Opening Credits

I’m posting a few things from other people up here, while I sink into the insane retail busyness that is Christmas. Basically, I’ve asked some friends to shoot me a small slice of something that they’re passionate about and that … Continue reading

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Keith Stevenson, Guest Blogging – Character Building: Meet the Crew

I’ve known Keith Stevenson for a long time, he’s a great editor (I’m biased, he’s published some of my best stories), and a fabulous writer. Check out the cover of his novel below. It’s a damn fine thing. Now, over … Continue reading

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The Business of Death

The Business of Death is finally available in its own e-volume – ie not as part of the omnibus. While the omnibus still works out as better value, it is a rather pretty thing. Here’s the cover. I love the … Continue reading

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THE BWF AND OMG

I just realised that it’s a week out from the BWF, and I haven’t mentioned it here. Firstly, I’ll get to hang out and chat at school event with Sean Williams, one of my favourite writers and a bloke who … Continue reading

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Death Works 5 – Carnival of Death is getting all Carnivally.

Hey, I know the last Death Works story came out in February, but I promise that the next will be finished soon. Might be a while until it’s out – and the lovely folk at Momentum might hate it – … Continue reading

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On Acknowledging the Good

I reckon one of the most important things you can do is acknowledge the good. The world is kinda shit, actually it can be terrifyingly horrible. I’ve been lucky. I was born here and now, and I have friends and … Continue reading

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This is The City that I Love: Part One

  

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10 Rather Arbitrary Rules for Writing

So, yes, I’ve finally finished the new draft of Day Boy, and in the gap between edits I’m working on the next Death Works novella (which looks like it will be twice as long as the last, but we’ll see). … Continue reading

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On Writing A Series: Endings.

I read a really interesting review of Memory of Death over at certain review place (I know, I really shouldn’t, never good for the ego, because all we want is the LOVE), and like all reviews, whether they liked or … Continue reading

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