I’ve been a bit remiss in updating the blog as things have been a little busy this year. But I have news.

The Museum for Forgetting – my new short story collection was published on the 1st September and is available to order from all good bookshops or, if you must, Amazon. If you buy and read a copy please do leave me a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads – word of mouth is where it’s at for small press published authors like me.

I’ve also been working on some TTRPG editing for EN Publishing on their Judge Dredd line and Judge Child is out now with Apocalypse War coming soon. I enjoyed working on these as I was a subscriber to 2000AD when these stories were published (which dates me I guess.) I hope to work on more titles in the range in the future – I think Judge Death is the next supplement.

I am writing a novel for Red Scar tentatively titled Devil’s Run: Casino Battle Royale (you heard it here first) in their Devil’s Run world which is a bit Mad Max, a bit Car Wars and a bit Z Nation but all its own crazy thing. Having a lot of fun with it but the deadline is now pressing…

I will be appearing at FantasyCon this year on a couple of panels, a reading and a launch for Museum for Forgetting. I’ll also be at BristolCon. A bit nervous to be going to conventions right now tbh…

In a couple of weeks I’ll be at Milford SF for my first week-long writing retreat. I’ll blog about my experience once I’m back.

Published by suttope

Pete Sutton has a not so secret lair in the wilds of Fishponds, Bristol and dreams up stories, many of which are about magpies. He's had stuff published, online and in book form, and currently has a pile of words that one day may possibly be a novel. He wrote all about Fishponds for the Naked Guide to Bristol and has made more money from non-fiction than he has from fiction and wonders if that means the gods of publishing are trying to tell him something. You can find him all over social media or worrying about events he’s organised at the Bristol Festival of Literature. On Twitter he’s @suttope and his Bristol Book Blog is here: He's contributing editor of Far Horizons e-magazine which can be found here:

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