Posts Tagged ‘writing’

  • Interview at THE ART & ACT OF WRITING

    June 13th, 2016 | Interviews, Sean's Writing | admin | 1 Comment

    This interview with the erudite writer/author Sean Woodward is Part 6 in Mav Kühn’s series “The Art & Act of Writing” –

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  • New Year, New Apps, New Reads!

    January 15th, 2012 | Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    15 days in and its already like the holiday season never happened! Following an iPad upgrade I’ve been thinning out the apps, trying to only load what is essential. This includes Flipboard, Dropbox  and Manuscript. Also a great new app called Mixel which instantly brings out your inner collager! You can see an example I […]

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  • Steampunk Hero Robert Rankin

    September 11th, 2011 | Discoveries, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    Robert Rankin (on the right) at the largest Steampunk festival in Europe. I managed to get to the front of the book signing queue and became the proud owner of signed poster 1/250 above. He also personally inscribed a copy of his latest novel,  Mechanical Messiah (above). I’ve been a fan of his ‘far fetched […]

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  • Two special releases for the Winter Solstice!

    December 20th, 2008 | Sean's Music, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    Not one but TWO special events for the Winter Solstice! An album release from Gothick and a new short story, A Christmas in Brompton, published in Estronomicon. “a whole bazaar of pleasure to be found in his lyrics” – Ellen Simpson, Hierophant Nox “Gothick’s genuine talent and instinct for classic rock, with their warm, magical […]

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  • House of the Witch Published by Screaming Dreams

    November 3rd, 2008 | News | admin | No Comments

    House of the Witch by Sean Woodward is published in the 2008 e.v Halloween issue of Estronomicon. It is a tale of The Cabal, a mysterious group who have guarded many occult secrets for generations. This Halloween, Stefan Anderson takes part is a seance at the famous Rose Hall plantation house in Jamaica. Unknown to […]

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  • Six Little Words (writing workshop)

    February 22nd, 2008 | Sean's Writing, Uncategorized | admin | No Comments

    I REALLY DON’T LOVE YOU ANYMORE ©Sean Woodward photo credit: fatllama Those were the last six words he ever heard her speak. Anjers suspected, looking back, it was a spinning-tumbler, drum-roll, broken-lock combination of ever darkening events that had led them to that place. Her husband,for example. The sight of his body – dislocated, twisted. […]

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  • Voodoo Man (writing workshop)

    February 3rd, 2008 | Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    Taking a selection of headlines cut from newspapers and magazines  I was immediately drawn to the two words that inspired this: VOODOO MAN I met him at the crossroads. It was dark, almost as black as his own tattered skin. The rain had just finished, exhausted in its efforts to fall and leaving a dry […]

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  • The Photograph (short story from The Cabal)

    January 15th, 2008 | Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    New Year, new deadlines! Plenty of catching up on the writing schedule! The Photograph For thirty years I’ve carried the image in a magnetically clamped locket. Originally there were two photographs, but the second of the pair had an allure that would not leave me. Her face within that brass oval was not harsh or […]

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  • ICE (short story from Death Codex)

    November 21st, 2007 | Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

    No set subject this week so I return once again to the space opera Death Codex. This is a scene from earlier in the novel. Let me lead you gently into events with a quick flashback to Chapter 2: At the jetty one of the two-seater surface skimmers blasted by, its bow barely missing the […]

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  • Tonight’s theme is “tango”

    November 15th, 2007 | Sean's Poetry, Sean's Writing | admin | No Comments

     photo credit: ianmcburnie The theme for this week is “tango” – quite limited it would seem. Searching for background information on the word I was happy to see that there was a Japanese reference. I was then able to draw upon my experiences of travelling across Japan to write the poem. The critique it received […]

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