Monthly Archives: May 2015
In the mail: Skin Deep
Very pleased to find this in the early post this morning: Skin Deep by my mate Gary Kemble. I critted this one a couple of years ago and am so happy to see it now in print! See, I even blurbed it.
The Sourdough Posts: The Story of Ink
“The Story of Ink” follows on from “Ash” in that it traces the fate of the
Vale Tanith Lee
Last night I heard that Tanith Lee had died.
I was fortunate enough to meet her at WFC in Brighton in 2013 and to be on a panel with her; I was even more fortunate to have corresponded with her for some interviews
Mermaids in the Mail
So this just arrived, the very lovely Mermaids and Other Mysteries of the Deep, edited by the delightful Paula Guran (Prime Books).
Contains stories of awesome by the likes of Lisa L. Hannett, Margo Lanagan, Catherynne Valente, Tanith Lee, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Neil
Molly Tanzer: Vermilion
The wonderful Molly Tanzer’s astonishing Vermilion is out and you should read it. Yes, you should.
Set is the Wild Weird West, Publishers Weekly described it as “…a splendid page-turner of a Weird West adventure … this hugely entertaining mixture of American steampunk
The Sourdough Posts: Ash
The tale of Ash came from a couple of sources:
SF Travel Fund: Send Haralambi Markov away!
To WFC in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Harry is not only a great reviewer, an informed critic, and an engaged and intelligent fan, he’s also a writer of considerable talent and vision.
So, if you’ve got a few spare dollars, throw them in the very
Over at Tor.com: St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls
The lovely folk at Tor.com have reprinted my Aurealis Award winning fantasy story “St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls” in its entirety. And with all of Kathleen’s lovely illustrations.
“St Dymphna’s” first appeared in the Read more…
The Sourdough Posts: The Angel Wood
This story first appeared in the lovely Shimmer #5 in 2006 (and illustrated by a wondrous piece by Sandro Castelli). The title came from a late night episode of Frost, I think, in which there was indeed a place
In the mail: Blood Sisters
I love getting books in the mail. Especially ones I’m in.