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Cranky Ladies of History guest post: Lise Meitner

I’m cranky on behalf of Lise Meitner, a brilliant physicist. Guest post by Deidre Tronson Was Lise Meitner cranky? Although she and her nephew, Otto Robert Frisch,  had done the theoretical physics calculations and first proposed that a uranium nucleus … Continue reading

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Cranky Ladies guest post: Helen Leonard

Guest post by Gillian Polack Helen Leonard always said to me that the best way to enter a meeting was late and with a camera around your neck, because it meant that one instantly defeated the biggest problem women have in meetings: … Continue reading

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Cranky Ladies of History guest post: Hildegard of Bingen

Hildegard of Bingen, breaking the bounds Guest post by Juliet Marillier Your name is Hildegard. You’re in Germany, it’s the year 1106, and your parents – aristocratic, well-off, devout – have decided that you’ll be a nun. You say goodbye … Continue reading

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New reviews and more guest posts

A few days ago, DK Mok (whose excellent story “Morning Star” closes out the One Small Step anthology), wrote a guest post for SF Signal. We have such knowledgeable and talented authors here at FableCroft! DK’s post looks at humour … Continue reading

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Thoraiya Dyer guest posts at SF Signal!

Thoraiya is the only author to appear in every one of FableCroft’s anthologies, and I had the privilege of publishing her very first story with Andromeda Spaceways, and another early one in New Ceres Nights. You might say I like … Continue reading

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Faith Mudge on Feminism in Fairytales

A little while ago, FableCroft author Faith Mudge guest posted at SF Signal on the topic “Feminism in Fairytales”. Faith’s excellent story “Oracle’s Tower” (in To Spin a Darker Stair) is a very clever reworking of a traditional tale, and … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Rabia Gale

FableCroft welcomes author Rabia Gale to the blog! I discovered Rabia’s amazing writing via a recommendation from Joanne Anderton, and have since devoured as much of her work as I can get my hands on. Rabia breaks fairy tales and fuses … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Ian Irvine – writing for children and young adults

We are delighted to welcome highly acclaimed Aussie author Ian Irvine to the FableCroft blog, for a guest post on writing for children and young adults. Thanks Ian! Tehani asked me if I could post about writing for children and … Continue reading

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Of Swords and Breakfast

The thoroughly delightful, ridiculously talented Tansy Rayner Roberts shares her thoughts on the difference between male and female fantasy writers. Tehani is totally trying to trap me into saying something controversial, by requesting a post about the difference between male and female … Continue reading

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