A dawning sense of idee fixe

Posted on October 22, 2012


While researching the WFC panel I’ve come to the realisation that I tend to write about music quite a lot myself. My last publication was a piece about competition karaoke and sirens, and my next is near-future SF about music-sharing. I’ve written about well tempering a misbehaving child (rather than the piano she refuses to play), and I have two more stories in the works: one which features a musician who is obsessed dying before she creates her master work (which was originally intended for DF Lewis’s Classical Horror anthology, but became too complicated to finish in the time) and another whose inspiration is the output of the Ghost Box electronica record label. And that’s not even mentioning my musicals series.

I think I need another hobby.

Posted in: Fiction, Music