Monthly Archives: March 2017
Gamut: Day of Reckoning
So, I’ll be one of the teachers for Gamut’s Day of Reckoning intensives.
One intense day with eight talented authors and teachers, plus feedback on up to eight different stories. All for only $350. Click
Strictly No Elephants: Lisa Mantchev
Lisa Mantchev is a temporally-displaced Capricorn who casts her spells from an ancient tree in the Pacific Northwest. When not scribbling, she is by turns an earth elemental, English professor, actress, artist, and domestic goddess. She shares her abode with her husband, two
Mad Hatters and March Hares – Cover Art
Huzzah! Final cover art for the new Ellen Datlow anthology, Mad Hatters and March Hares, which contains stories inspired by the Alice mythos.
Table of Contents
“A Comfort, One Way” by Genevieve Valentine
“Alis” by Stephen Graham Jones
“All the King’s Men” by Jeffrey
Here’s the wraparound – and the praise (I like the praise)!
Praise for Corpselight
“The Fassbinder fun continues. The only-half-Normal Brisbane sleuth has fox-spirits, ninja librarians and much, much worse to deal with now, even as motherhood gives her a makeover. Slatter’s
April Sneak Peek at Patreon
Over at Patreon, there’ s a little taste of next month’s reward for Monkshoods and above.
Book Launch: The Quarters
Not my book, no, but I am launching Dr Errol Bray’s new novel, The Quarters, at Avid Reader tonight. Details below – remember to book.
Prize-winning author Errol Bray’s novel The Quarters imagines an “uncivil” war with
Shadows & Tall Trees 7: Malcolm Devlin
Malcolm Devlin’s stories have appeared in Black Static, Interzone and Nightscript as well as the anthologies Aickman’s Heirs and Gods, Memes and Monsters. His collection, You Will Grow Into Them will be published by Unsung Stories in June 2017.
1. What inspired your
Who’s Afraid Too?: Maria Lewis
Maria Lewis got her start covering police rounds in a newsroom as a teenager and has been working as a professional journalist for the past 10 years. Making the switch from writing about murders to
THE LOVECRAFT SQUAD: WAITING
So, if you’ve noticed (and why wouldn’t you?) that the wonderful Mr John Llewellyn Probert has a new book out – The Lovecraft Squad: All Hallows Horror (that’s his cover to the left) – you might be thinking, “Well, where can I get more