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ParSec – and a Cottingley Cuckoo review

It’s lovely to see PS Publishing’s new ParSec magazine heading out into the world, with the ever-capable Ian Whates in the editor’s seat. There’s a terrific line-up of fiction between the covers, which I’m most looking forward to reading – Read more…


14th April – Cuckoo Day!

So The Cottingley Cuckoo flew off into the wild on 14th April. And because Team Titan are very clever peeps, that wasn’t any old day – it was in fact St. Tiburtius Day, which is traditionally when the first cuckoo Read more…


Behind the Book – The Cottingley Cuckoo

The Cottingley Cuckoo – April 2021. From the cover: Captivated by books and stories, Rose dreams of a life away from the confines of the Sunnyside Care Home she works in, until elderly resident Charlotte Favell offers an unexpected glimpse Read more…


Changeling lore and the little folk

I’ve been chatting to the wonderful Phil Rickman over at Phil the Shelf on BBC Radio Wales, about the more wicked incarnations of the fairies.┬áTheir Producer, Geoff Ballinger, lent his talents as a voice artist to create some audio extracts Read more…