Lou Morgan

Torchwood: The Vigil

This piece originally appeared as part of my weekly newsletter, The Full Lid . If you like it, and want a weekly down of pop culture enthusiasm, occasional ketchup recipes and me enjoying things, then check out the archive and sign up here. Toshiko Sato (Naoko Mori) and Sebastian Vaughan (Hugh Skinner) are recruited into Torchwood at …

Torchwood: The Vigil

Review: Sleepless by Lou Morgan

I work with horror fiction a lot, and it doesn’t so much breed contempt as familiarity. You’re on nodding acquaintance with were-things, you listen sympathetically to the vampires making 5 years out of date Twilight jokes, hold doors open for the haunted parapsychologists and the things doing the haunting that sort of thing. It’s like …

Review: Sleepless by Lou Morgan

The Lists: Books of 2014

I read, for me, an awful lot of books this year. By the time the year’s done it’ll be somewhere around 40. I’m pleased with that, especially as I’ve hit a good balance between reading for work and reading for fun. I could, as always, broaden my horizons some but everyone always can and this …

The Lists: Books of 2014

FantasyCon 14: Come Be A RedJacket

NOTE: Actual job does not involve exchanging phaser fire with angry 1960s trashcan/antenna hybrids. Also, being a white dude in whatever time period you call home, is not a requirement. SERIOUS NOTE: This post will be changed and modified as more details become available. Convention Season for the year is almost upon us. This year …

FantasyCon 14: Come Be A RedJacket

Open Mic Mondays: Lou Morgan – So You Want To Write About Angels…

It should be the title of a reality show. The episodes would be variously subtitled: – “Are you crazy? Seriously?”, – “Just look at how many books you’re going to have to read first,” … and – the for the knockout stage: ” You know that there’s nine separate versions of who’s an Archangel and …

Open Mic Mondays: Lou Morgan – So You Want To Write About Angels…

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I’m a sucker for this time of year because your perception of time alters, the festive three day period sitting in a time zone all by itself. I’m writing this on a Friday and it feels like a Wednesday, because Greenwich Christmas Time has landed this week and as it always does, has thrown me …

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