Monthly Archives: June 2017

Bookiversary

A year ago these lovely things arrived on my doorstep, the culmination of five years working on Vigil, and thirteen years on the craft of writing.

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Solace & Grief: Foz Meadows

Foz Meadows is an Australian fantasy author, reviewer, poet and blogger. She has most recently published An Accident of Stars, an epic portal fantasy from Angry Robot, and Coral Bones, a Shakespearean novella; she has
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Mad Hatters and March Hares

And this new anthology from Ellen Datlow is up for pre-order, Mad Hatters and March Hares: All-New Stories from the World of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

Gentle Alice – Kris Dikeman  (poem)

My Own Invention – Delia Sherman

Lily-White & The Thief of
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Shadows & Tall Trees #7: Christopher Slatsky

Christopher Slatsky’s stories have appeared in The Year’s Best Weird Fiction vol. 3, the Lovecraft eZine, Nightscript vol. 2, and elsewhere. His debut collection Alectryomancer and Other Weird Tales (Dunhams Manor Press) was released summer of 2015. He currently resides in Southern California.

1. What inspired your story
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Corpselight Launch Details

This is not a drill!

Corpselight will be launching on Friday 14 July at 6pm. There will be cupcakes and Kim Wilkins will be doing launching duties and we’ll do a retrospective on “From Vigil to Corpselight” (or something).

But
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Corpselight ARC in the Wild!

Or rather, in my hot little grabby hands.

Much excitement.

Thanks to Jess  at Hachette for sending it to me.

Many thanks to Alison Goodman, Margo Lanagan and Christopher Golden for the lovely cover quotes.

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Interview over at A. C. Wise’s Place …

… with me (quelle surprise).

We talk about Corpselight, short stories, collaborations and awards. Plus other stuff.

The interview, she is here.

Cover Reveal for The Lovecraft Squad: Waiting

I’m delighted to be part of this mosaic!

The Lovecraft Squad: Waiting will be out this Halloween with stories by myself, Brian Hodge, Reginald Oliver, Michael Marshall Smith, Steve Rasnic Tem, Peter Atkins, Richard Gavin, Jay Russell, Thana Niveau, Stephen
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Gorgeous review of Dreaming in the Dark

Over at SF Book Reviews Mario Guslandi has very kindly reviewed Dreaming in the Dark, the Jack Dann edited anthology from PS Australia.

Readers and reviewers of dark fiction have certainly noticed, during the last years, that the number of Australian authors appearing
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Ripper on Amazon

My novella, Ripper, is now available on Amazon!

This story first appeared in Stephen Jones’ Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear.