Aunty Fox


The authors have to answer a series of random questions so it seems only fair Aunty Fox should too.

Tell us one thing you loved or found fascinating about a place you have lived.
My current home was notorious for executing witches and they remain the symbol of the village cricket team. I’m not sure if I should be worried.

What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be an optician, like my grandpa because it paid well and sounded good. Then I discovered i’d actually have to study science and dissect things.

Which super hero would you most like to be and why?
Easy, She Hulk. She’s smart and tough in human or hulk form, owns the whole transformation thing and doesn’t play by anyone else’s rules.

It’s finally happened! The zompoc is here! Name four things in your ‘go bag’ and your primary weapon.
Hurrah! At last! Go bag contains something a water cateen, dry socks, a hunting knife and para cord, lots of it. My weapon is of course an axe.

What is your go to comfort book or writer when you can’t settle into anything new?
I tend to go back either to books I’ve always loved… like Fantastic Mr  Fox or a dependable genre, I have shelves and shelves of Urban Fantasy.

Getting around

Talking about all sorts on Geek Planet’s Tangential Deviation Podcast

Core Dynamics (or why I won’t give a show half a series) – on Cultural Gutter

Interview on editing & subs – on Pornokitsch

Sf is ready to embrace diversity – on The Asian Writers

Bad Girls Go Everywhere – on Crime Culture

On the books

Biscuit ‘Makes Cover’ on Cultured in Derby with an interview.

Adele talks Weird Noir at the Slaughterhouse

Tony Lane talks to me over two days pt 1 & pt 2

Me talking at The Bloghole

Adele is interviewed by Geraldine Clark Hellery

Adele on The Overflowing Library flashing my fiction

Aunty Fox is fortunate enough to be a semi regular contributor elsewhere, for all the things that are slightly outside the professional FS message.

three foxes

Fifty Shades of Geek

What a Kerfuffle

Get your ComiCon

Art of Storytelling

Not better or worse – just different

Judging a book by its cover

The Case for Short Fiction

No Cloaks Allowed – Sadly closed. I hope to add these as downloads in due course.

Diversity isn’t Hard

On Broads with Swords

What do you want for Christmas, Books!

Be Kind to Award Judges