The Little Folk on Screen

Alison Littlewood, our resident expert in all things otherworldly and author of the very recently released The Crow Garden, has very rudely taken over the JFB blog today – the cheek of it! – to give us her favourite interpretations of the little folk, or fairies, on screen. As you can tell,…

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Happy Publication Day Alison Littlewood!

Today we’re wishing Alison Littlewood a very happy publication day for her stunning The Crow Garden, a Victorian psychological chiller set in a Yorkshire madhouse. At the same time, we’re welcoming the paperback version of The Hidden People onto bookshelves – so you lucky people have PLENTY of autumn reading ahead of you, and just in time…

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October Look Ahead

In which we pester Jo to tell us all about the month ahead until she caves and gives up the goods – but not without a few threats along the way . . .  ‘What are you looking forward to?’ Molly and Olivia asked me – and then told me I…

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An Interview with Alison Littlewood

With the publication day of The Crow Garden fast approaching (ten days to go,people, ten days to go!) we thought it was high time we kidnapped Alison Littlewood and sat her down for a little Q&A session. Thankfully, she was very obliging and almost no extreme measures had to be taken in…

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A Quick Roundup of Worldcon 75

  WorldCon’s been and gone and we’re all slowly recovering from the great whirlwind that is this epic convention. This year, WorldCon took place in Helsinki, home of the Wife Carrying Championships, squirrels (the city’s symbol) and Jo’s new favourite submarine. Luckily for you lot, we’ve managed to bully Jo…

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Happy Publication Day Lisa Tuttle!

We’re wishing a very, very happy publication day (from London) to Lisa Tuttle (in Helsinki) for The Curious Affair of the Witch at Wayside Cross! This is the second in the brilliantly fun and engaging Jesperson and Lane series, featuring dynamic detective duo Miss Lane and Jasper Jesperson (who I’m a…

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