Douglas Thompson shares with us his poem ‘Time Acts Mean’, the fifth poem in his 52-poem sequence for 2013.
The latest of his series of 52 poems, Douglas Thompson presents ‘City of Sleepwalkers’.
In the latest of his weekly poems for 2013, Douglas Thompson explores Greek myth and philosophy. Read on to discover the author’s own thoughts on the poem.
As part of To Market, To Market, four young writers responded to the theme of movement in Europe’s busiest indoor marketplace. Those writers were Adam Lowe (who was also the producer), Afshan Lodhi, Zodwa Nyoni and Onyi Ekebuisi. Here you can see their finale on video.
Read the second instalment in Douglas Thompson’s epic 52-poem sequence (one a week) for 2013. Have you ever had ‘A Nightmare on Argyle Street’?
Chris Kelso and Garrett Cook, those two uppity writing ninjas responsible for Imperial Youth Review, have managed to get their ugly mugs plastered like wanted signs all over the internet. Over at Horror Talk they certainly made an impression.
The British Science Fiction Association has begun publishing its list of titles submitted for the BSFA Awards. Included in the list are works published in the last year, and among the authors to make the list are a number of Dog Horn Publishing authors, friends and colleagues.
Michael A. Rose, acclaimed musician, playwright and performer, has shared his thoughts about Imperial Youth Review. His verdict? Damn bloody good.
Throughout 2013, Dog Horn Publishing author Douglas Thompson will be publishing a poem a week for your delectation. The first poem in his 52-poem sequence is presented here and new poems will be published weekly from the 1st January 2013, at both the author’s blog and here.
Dog Horn Publishing author Wes Brown is speaking on the BBC World Service between 6-9am today. Brown’s debut novel Shark, based on a shorter novella of the same name, was published this year in a stunning trade paperback and reader-friendly ebook editions.