After several years mostly away from the theatre, Tomorrow Come Today, a play I wrote last summer is being produced next month at the Undermain Theatre in Dallas. I’m especially happy about this for two different reasons – the first being that Undermain is an awesome theatre with a 30 year (!) track record of […]
About a year ago I contributed an interview to Adam Szymkowicz’s website, which contains an amazing catalogue of interviews with working playwrights – literally hundreds of them. He’s a very interesting writer himself, and going through his questions was a lot of fun. Going through his collection of interviews is a major rabbit hole for […]
Part two of my recent interview with Clare Diston, a Bristol-based writer whose writings on reading can be found at 50ayear.com, is now online. The first part of the interview – taken from a long skype call between Bristol and Palm Springs, where I happened to be working – is up here.
The first chapter of The Different Girl is now available at Tor.com. For anyone curious to read a bit of the book before taking the plunge, this is a great way to do so. The first chapter really does set the stage for the whole story, introducing the four girls, their guardians, and life on […]
The Next Big Thing Blog Hop is a chance for authors around the world to tell you what they’re working on. I was tagged by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, author of A Tiger in the Kitchen, and the editor of (and contributor to) the upcoming Singapore Noir. You can read her TNBTBH entry about the new […]
The Chemickal Marriage is the third and last book in a trilogy, following The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters and The Dark Volume. It was published by Viking/Penguin in summer of 2012 (and looks to come out in Germany next year), but for a while at least had no publisher in the US. This […]
Welcome to lacquersforza.net (or lacquersforza.wordpress.com, if you prefer). This is a website where you can get information about my books or my plays – news, an event, or anything else that comes up. I am a writer who re-uses names that please me, names that over time serve as approximations of character or behaviour, a […]