Monthly Archives: November 2016
Oh, poor neglected blog, don’t worry. I’m home now for months on end and I swear I’ll not neglect you for a long while.
Which brings me to: the Dreaming in the Dark launch! In Brisneyland!
This is PS Publishing’s first Australian imprint release,
So, I’m back in the flensing business.
My short story development service has re-opened. Details at the link above.
And the pre-order page for Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales is up!
Go here for one of 200 limited edition signed copies.
Eleven reprints and one brand new story, “The Red Forest.”
We stay, we stand, we witness.
We remain alert for more of this bullshit washing onto our shores. We combat the rot that is already here. We make sure to help those less fortunate, those whose rights might soon be eroded due to race, sexuality, religion, whatever – they will be our family, friends, strangers. We offer a hand and a
While I’m bombarding you, I may as well mention the new Dreaming in the Dark anthology, edited by the delightful Jack Dann.
This is the first cab off the rank for PS Australia (PS Publishing’s arm here in Oz), and features myself, Garth
Summer Wigmore has written many books and published one, so far: The Wind City, published by Steam Press. This is their first foray into sending out short stories, and shows the excellent rewards of foraying. Lately Summer has also taken up a