Monthly Archives: September 2013
My lovely and talented friend Angie Rega is launching her first book this Saturday, 5 October 2013, at 5.30pm.
The Cobbler Mage will have champagne poured all over it at the gorgeous Alice & Co at
And so, after much planning and plotting, note-taking and scribbling on things, The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales has begun.
Here is the first draft of the opening page:
The Tallow-Wifeby Angela Slatter
Cordelia does not think about the things she has
Please welcome the delightful Mr Brian Hodge, who fills us in on cages, cannibalism, Der Struwwelpeter, and fairy tales for today’s Fearie Tales post.
CONCERNING THE BROWNSTONE building where they were housed, it was said that the sun had never once shined on the place in all the days and
Master storyteller Garth Nix shares his experience of and thoughts about fairy tales today as part of the lead-up to the launch of the new Fearie Tales
It’s scheduled to be out in 2015 and will be called Lemarchand’s Dictionary of Tenuous Connections and Other Tales – because apparently The Girl With No
… is this great interview from Fata Libelli with the esteemed Mr Reggie Oliver.
He ranges widely across subjects of craft and genre, but I particularly like his comments on the nature of Horror fiction.
However, to me the supreme ingredient is atmosphere and all those other elements must be contributors towards it. This is not necessarily about being directly