Monthly Archives: March 2013

Yeah, I should be writing …

JoinTheRealm_sigil.png… but http://www.jointherealm.com/ gave me the chance to waste time doing this.

And now I shall go back to writing.

 

Black Apples

Black Apples by Julia Chiang

Black Apples by Julia Chiang

Black Apples from Belladonna Publishing has a Table of Contents to look forward to, not least because it includes Angie Rega and Alison Littlewood:

A Winter Evening – Sarah
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In the mail – The Night Land

536558_10151373220382304_1642929613_n887288_10151373220722304_708115015_oAnd in today’s mail: my author copy of The Night Land, issue #5, which contains my story “The Coffin-Maker’s Daughter”
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Dragons!

Give Kathleen Jennings the good scissors and some paper and she will give you this.

I must write something about this immediately.

Bitterwood Bible: St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls

John Singer Sargent, The Misses Vickers

John Singer Sargent, The Misses Vickers

And so, after finishing the paper-based edits of Hallowmass on Monday, I’ve given my brain a break and gone back to working on The Bitterwood Bible and Other
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Aurealis Awards Shortlists

AA-logoAnd so the AA shortlists are out and I’m very happy to see mmadelaideMidnight and Moonshine is a finalist for Best Collection.

And the company
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Scoop Magazine …

9781921857300-arc-cover11-200x300… gives Midnight and Moonshine the thumbs-up.

Huzzah!

Midnight and Moonshineby Lisa L Hannett and Angela Slatter, Ticonderoga Publications, $25Angela Slatter and Lisa Hannett are tearing up trees in the Australian fantasy community. Both are much lauded both at home and abroad –
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Meanwhile, over at Overland

TGWNHThe clever and talented Rjurik Davidson (he of the wondrous Library of Forgotten Books) reviewed my collection The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales. Below is a snippet and the rest can be read here.

Few writers have burst across the Speculative Fiction
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Sydney Weekender

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View from the Intercontinental

I’ve returned from a wonderful weekend in Sydney. Having lived there for four years at one point it was a bit weird to find that this time I felt like a foreigner there. Don’t know why – I
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Go here …

angie rega… ’tis the new online home of the fabulous and talented Angie Rega.

As I said, go here.

Keep an eye out for The Cobbler Mage, due out in April 20143 from Little Fox.