Judith Field lives in London. She’s a pharmacist, medical indexer and editor. The daughter of writers, she learned how to agonise over fiction submissions at her mother’s (and father’s) knee. In 2009, she made a New Year resolution to start writing and get published within the year. Pretty soon she realised how unrealistic that was but, in fact, it worked because she got a slot to write a weekly column in a local paper shortly before the end of the year. It ran for a several years and she still writes occasional feature articles for the paper. Her non-fiction articles have appeared in genealogy and general interest magazines.
Her fiction, mainly speculative, has appeared in a variety of publications in the USA, UK and Australia. When not writing she works at the day job, studies for a Masters in English, sings and swims. She was Science Fiction Editor at Red Sun Magazine and is an Assistant Editor at Gathering Storm Magazine.
- Filk – science fiction music?
- Driven to write
- How I Started to Write
- Writing and rituals
- Ideas? I haven’t a clue
- Urgent – send matchsticks
- Words and more words
- Bobbing along in a pool of ideas
- Keyboards stringendo*
- Reading and re-reading
- Thoughts about English
- Gained in translation?
- New space
- If you wish it – my writing inspiration
- I’m not asleep. But it doesn’t mean I’m awake
- The White Stuff
- Jolly Writing Weather?
- Reading and re-reading revisited
- Surabaya Johnny – On Swimming, Aging and the Borshch Index
- Who’s afraid of literary miserylit?
- Why write fantasy?
- Thief of Joy
- New Year thoughts
- Whatever it is, they’re against it
- What Big Eyes You’ve Got