Reading between the lines – an article I wrote on behalf of the British Council for learners of English around the world, accompanied by a number of learning activities in the original version, and used in over 30 national newspapers 2.
The death of fantasy – an article I wrote for the UK press to accompany the launch of Necromancer’s Gambit 3.
Press clippings – a couple of articles from local newspapers about various book signings I’ve done here and there 4.
The end of magic – an article I wrote for the Gollancz blog site in Nov 2011 5.
Scifi as a way of life – an article I wrote for the Gollancz blog site in Dec 2011 6.
The fall and rise of the vampire – an article I wrote for the Gollancz blog site in April 2012 7.
The sacred (and sometimes martial) art of the book signing – an article I wrote for the Gollancz blog site in July 2012 8.
Epic fantasy and the mini-saga – an article I wrote for the Kindle forum in June 2012 9.
How to write a beast of a novel – an article I wrote for the Gollancz blog site in March 2013, http://www.gollancz.co.uk/2013/03/how-to-write-a-beast-of-a-novel/ 10.
George RR Martin and Tolkein have a lot to answer for – an article I wrote for SciFi Now magazine in March 2013, http://www.scifinow.co.uk/blog/38508/fantasy-author-a-j-dalton-asks-why-do-we-all-sound-like-george-rr-martin/ 11.
The sum of the parts – an article I wrote on e-books v. hard copy for the Blackwells blog, http://blackwellscxr.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/the-sum-of-parts-guest-blog-by-j-dalton.html 12.
The Greater Fantasy – an article wot I writted for the Gollancz blog site in April 2014, http://www.gollancz.co.uk/2014/04/the-greater-fantasy-a-guest-post-from-a-j-dalton/ 13.
Where authors don’t get their ideas – an article I produced for SFF World in June 2014, with thanks to Neil Gaiman and Ursula Le Guin, http://www.sffworld.com/2014/06/writers-dont-get-ideas-article-j-dalton/ 14.
The changing face of fantasy – an article I put together for Fantasy Faction in July 2014, with thanks to Mark Lawrence, http://fantasy-faction.com/2014/the-changing-faces-of-fantasy