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September 23, 2012 by musehick

I am a big fan of nutso science fiction – the weird shit floats my boat; I like the odd stuff that makes it into film, and into graphic novels, and into novels … and I love writing the shit that bristles on my brain like an electric storm. If there is not a fire burning in you  that makes you want to ride the lyrical rollercoaster of your own imagination into the eye of the storm every time you sit down to write, then go and take a flying fuck at a donut as they say.

I have been feeding my mind with Doctor Who – all the Tennant stuff I had missed. I have been reading ‘The Unwritten’ by Mike Carey. And I have been reading ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”. Add into the mix some William Gibson essays; some Neal Stephenson essays; some Warren Ellis non-fiction; and some Jeff Noon interviews and you have a pretty potent mix that if it were alcoholic, would have me bouncing off the bloody ceiling.

I have fifty planned serialised websites all cued up and ready to go – this and 30 books I am editing. This and the novels I am writing. Fun fun fun, and motherfucking fireworks!

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