“Airship” Dead Ahead!

Jo Hall, Author and Editor – One of the Organiser’s of BristolCon. A lady with so many hats, tourists take pictures thinking she is Bristol’s very own leaning tower of Pisa. Here are her wise words on a soon to be released anthology:

Joanne Hall

I’ve finally emerged blinking and growling from the editing cave where I have been hibernating for the past few months. “The Summer Goddess” is approximately 142k, and I’m leaving it alone now until “The Art of Forgetting : Nomad” is edited and pried from my sticky little fingers (April, all being well.)

In the meantime, I have no time to get bored because “Airship Shape and Bristol Fashion”, the steampunk anthology I have been editing with Roz Clarke, is looming up fast on the starboard bow. It’s due to be published by Wizard’s Tower in the next couple of weeks, and it looks like this :

Take a walk around Bristol, and history seeps from the walls. The city can claim more than its fair share of firsts, including the first iron-hulled steamship, the first female doctor, the first chocolate bar and the first use of nitrous oxide as an…

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