Coyote Dances with the Stars

Ah, Coyote.  He’s one of the many glories of Native American folk stories and, for me, perhaps the prime glory.  He’s a lot like the fox in European folk stories, in that he can be good or bad, wise or foolish, or all of these things at once.  In short, he’s very human, and that’s why I love him.  Now, … Read More

Stars, Turned Inside Out

The book industry’s an odd one.  About three weeks ago I finished handwriting the first draft of my third novel, which I’ve since been typing up to see what I’ve got on my hands.  In the meantime my second book, The Man who Rained, is at the printers being turned into something glossy and pretty and ready, come January, to … Read More

Luke Pearson

In the last couple of years I’ve waited until the end of the year to put together a list of things I’ve loved from the preceding twelve months.  I probably shan’t be doing that this year, because I’ll have a new book out in January and lots to say about it.  So, in the meantime I have a few things … Read More