Monthly Archives: March 2013
Yeah, I should be writing …
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 L Byrne And Gold
In the mail – The Night Land
And in today’s mail: my author copy of The Night Land, issue #5, which contains my story “The Coffin-Maker’s Daughter”
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
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
Aurealis Awards Shortlists
And so the AA shortlists are out and I’m very happy to see Midnight and Moonshine is a finalist for Best Collection.
And the company
Scoop Magazine …
… gives Midnight and Moonshine the thumbs-up.
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 –
Meanwhile, over at Overland
The 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
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