It’s been a weekend of positive writing news. As well as having a story accepted, I’ve learnt that Lee Harris has uploaded the back catalogue of Hub Magazine issues as PDFs.
Hub Magazine was founded by Lee in 2007. It was an innovative and exciting publication that accepted three of my stories, five reviews, and three essays.
I owe a debt to Lee Harris, Alasdair Stuart, Ellen Allen, and Phil Lunt – all of whom worked on Hub and at various points had a hand in bringing my work to a wider audience.
So… you can now read my work again! Just access the directory and select a relevant issue – I’ve listed my works and the issues they were published in below.
Some of it I might write differently now. I’ve been writing and editing professionally for years and I’d hope my style has developed over that time. But I’m still very proud of my work published by Hub. Especially the stories and the essays.
I know a lot of people who couldn’t attend Nine Worlds last year wanted to hear my thoughts on The Dark Tower. Due to ill health, I haven’t been able to upload a web version like I’d promised, but you can read early versions of my thoughts on the The Dark Tower and the modernists in Hub 137, along with my thoughts on The Dark Tower and epics (Homer, Virgil, and Tolkien) in issue 141.
- ‘The Twelfth Day’, in Hub, Issue 135
- ‘The Harvest of the Machines’ – in Hub, Issue 72
- ‘Bereavement’ – in Hub, Issue 40
- ‘Tron: Legacy’ – in Hub, Issue 143
- ‘The Incredible Hulk Season Three DVD Box Set’ – in Hub, Issue 89
- ‘The Incredible Hulk Season Two DVD Box Set’ – in Hub, Issue 80
- ‘The Incredible Hulk Season One DVD Box Set’ – in Hub, Issue 73
- ‘Coming to Terms with the End of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower Part II – Epic: Homer, Virgil, and Tolkien’ – in Hub, Issue 141
- ‘Coming to Terms with the End of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower Part I – King and the Modernists’ – in Hub, Issue 137
- ‘On Being Scully, and SyFy’s new series, Haven‘ – in Hub, Issue 126