A while back I blogged about being selected for the fantastic Echoes of the City project, and I’m pleased to say that this has now launched, which means my story is available to read – and to hear.
I’m in New Zealand, and have been for a few months. I’m spending much of my time here on creative writing pursuits, and it’s been wonderful.
I’m really happy to be able to share my episode of Cops and Monsters with you. Called Fight The Bite, it was just released and you can watch it online.
I’m pleased to say that one of my short stories has been selected for publication in a rather interesting new way.
A lot has gone on since my last blog post, so I figured it would be good to do a vague review of my year as a little catch up. Mind you, with the way 2016 has gone so far the world may end before anyone reads this (we have about 5 hours left), but never mind. To the review!
I had a comfort zone, and that comfort zone measured 5’5″ by 18″. Continue reading
Oh hey! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? We are well overdue a catch up, you and I. Continue reading
Delighted to announce that I’m going to be writing an episode of Cops and Monsters!
The news just keeps rolling in today! BAFTA award winning writer Laura Anderson has joined our team and will be writing the 5th episode, following James T Harding’s “Revolution in a Teacup”.
Laura Anne Anderson is an Edinburgh based writer with a Masters in Screenwriting from Screen Academy Scotland. Her screenwriting includes the short films ‘Ladies Who Lunch’ and ‘We All Fall Down’, sketches for BAFTA award winning series 3 of CBBC show ‘OOglies’, and a feature film currently in development.
Laura is also an actor for the stage and screen, a journalist, and a writer of games, stories and novels. Her debut novel, a dark science fiction book for young adults, will be published later in 2016.
‘I am thrilled to be part of team Cops and Monsters, and think that the cast and crew of the series are doing amazing things for the genre and the Scottish screen…
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My darling diary,
You have been so cruelly neglected, for six long months.
A couple of months ago I worked on a short film, and I’m delighted to say that the trailer is now online to watch.