And so last night, Lisa and I finished our Twelve Planets collection for Twelfth Planet Press, and sent it off. The collection-formerly-known-as-Baggage is now called The Female Factory, after the final tale (which is a novella).
And as a teaser:
Thanks to Lynda E. Rucker, I just saw this comment from the very kind M. R. Cosby about “The Navigator”, one of my Sourdough and Other Stories tales:
The Navigator, by Angela Slatter In her short story collection Sourdough
I figure I’d better write this now while I still have some memory of the events of the trip! First and foremost, I was a plague rat for most of my time in the UK, and the consensus from friends is
“The Clockwork Hummingbird” by Angela Rizza
This week Harry considers “The Hummingbird Heart” from The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales.
This Friday I break away from the ensemble reviews to the known one story per review
Here in the Tower of Doom a nice surprise just arrived: the ARCs for Black-Winged Angels.
And not just your standard old ARC, but Read more…
I’m working on a new Tallow-Wife story, this one is called “The Nightingale and the Rose: A Call and Response“.
The girl’s voice is divine; it rises higher and higher as if trying to reach the heavens, which might have
New York Times Bestselling author Alethea Kontis was kind enough to answer some questions for me amidst the hurly-burly of her mad schedule. She is the author of the acclaimed Woodcutter Series (Enchanted, Hero, Dearest), the short story collection Wild and
I’m so pleased to announce that Black-Winged Angels will be released as a limited hard cover edition by Ticonderoga Publications in August this year!
This was the collection I wrote for my MA, and it’s only ever been available as an ebook
We’re (i.e. moi and the IT Support Badger) are currently redeveloping this site.
So, for a few days things are going to look a little strange. Please bear with us. We’re hoping the experience will be worth it!
This week Harry has dissected not one, not two, but three Girl with No Hands stories! His patience is impressive! He looks at “Frozen”, “Words”, and “The Dead Ones Don’t Hurt You”.
I’m deviating from the one-story-per-review format as I come upon