Razorblade Press, 2000
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A run away accidentally discovers a secret world called "Old Town" within Swansea which is frozen in time. At the same time the malevolent force of the RagChild is pulling disparate, fractured people to destroy "Old Town". Events can only end in a fateful and cataclysmic showdown.
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- Review: The Ragchild by Steve Lockley and Paul Lewis
This is a contemporary urban fantasy. There is a sentient 'alternate Swansea', co-existing with the present-day one but stuck in a 1940s timewarp. It is possible for some people to travel between the two Swanseas, and the ...
- Bob Lock: Guest Blogger - Steve Lockley
I've worked on a number of projects with Paul Lewis since that first anthology including the novels The Ragchild and The Quarry along with a handful of short stories many of which are due to be pulled together in a collection ...
- Science Fiction & Fantasy: Down Town by Viido Polikarpus and ...
... more recent stories on my shelves, two of which I have reviewed here (see the reviews list in the left column): particularly Un Lun Dun by China MiArrayville and to a lesser extent The Ragchild by Steve Lockley and Paul Lewis ...
- ginger nuts of horror : An Interview With Steve Lockley
hello folks, today we continue the Steve week with an interview with UK author, Steve Lockley GNOH ? Hi Steve, how are you doing? ... GNOH ? You have also worked with Paul Lewis a few times. How does the collaborative process differ between the different authors? STEVE - I've actually written a lot more with Paul. The novels, The Ragchild and The Quarry along with the novellas The Ice Maiden, King of all the Dead and The Bell. There's also the promise of a ...
- Confessions of a technophobe: Open House Day 16 - Paul Lewis
Open House Day 16 - Paul Lewis. WRITERS, as has been observed elsewhere, frequently get asked: ... Thirty-odd years later, I've had Doctor Who stories, co-written with Steve Lockley, appear in BBC Books and Big Finish anthologies. Funny how things turn out. My teenage years were spent scribbling away ... The pair also produced the novels The Ragchild and The Quarry, along with several novellas. Paul's first solo novel, The Savage Knight, will be published by ...
- redredrage: Dr. Who: Destination Prague
STEVE LOCKLEY and PAUL LEWIS have been writing together for more than ten years. They are the authors of the novel The Ragchild and the novellas King of All The Dead and The Ice Maiden. They have also written ...
- July 2010 - Telos - Telos News
Urban Gothic features fiction from Graham Masterton, Christopher Fowler, Simon Clark, Steve Lockley & Paul Lewis, Paul Finch, Debbie Bennett and an introduction by Richard O'Brien, two factual pieces by journalist David Miller about the show and interviews with show writer Tom deVille and producer Steve Matthews. We also have some of ..... is rightfully his ... From the authors of The Ragchild, King of all the Dead is a terrifying and nail biting ride into the unknown.