A Thousand Salt Kisses (Third Edition) is being launched this August 2020 as a special summer treat. Because who doesn’t need a little eco-mermance in their life right now? It has had a little beautification inside n out (check out the divine new cover), but is basicaly the same book. It will be available on […]
Presenting SPRING MAIDEN… an Arthurian love square based on the Tennyson Poem ‘Lady of Shallot’… Updates now exclusively on Wattpad… All the GIFs…
Mermaids! Salties! Be-Llyr-vers! Maidens! Josie Demuth and Debra Goelz’s ‘Under the Sea’ writing contest is back for the fourth year running, and it’s bigger, better, and shinier than ever! Oh, and spoiler alert: The celebrity judge this year is a New York Times Bestselling YA author whose upcoming fish tale has all at the UTS towers reeling […]
Yup, delighted to say all three ‘Salt Kisses’ books are now published with Wise Ink. It’s been such a wonderful experience turning these books from the serials into these polished and beautifully covered stand alones! Buy everywhere, or get it bit by bit on leading fiction all Radish Fiction! Here’s the synopsis …. Crystal White, […]
…and to celebrate book one is going for just $1.99 on kindle during launch week. Cos I’m nice like that 😉 Paperbacks are also out should you wish to fill your stockings with mermance.
Had a great time chattering on the panel at the Wattpad LonCon2015, all courtesy of lovely Slave Days author Vic James. The event took place in December at Foyles, SoHo. Pics: ‘Most successful authors tell you how to do it’ panel (from left to right) Owain Glynn, Molly Knight, Ammelia Scott, Josie Demuth and […]
Salut salut! Delighted to say my short stories, originally published on The International Times website, are now a book. Liggers and Dreamers, Josie Demuth, Thin Man Press The Liggers of Cork Street are dismayed when they discover the existence of ‘the list’ warning London’s elite gallerists and art dealers about their freeloading antics at private […]
Was totally exciting to run the official blog for my fave festival this year. I blogged in the build up to the event, now in its sixth year running, catching up with the organisers/ artists and musicians: You can read it here: http://www.hackneywicked.co.uk/blog/ n here http://hackneywickedblogged.wordpress.com/
My recent article for The New Internationalist featured in the agenda section of December’s issue. It is about the fisher folk of Kudankulam, Southern India who formed a human chain in the sea to prevent a nuclear power plant from being fuelled up.