Author Archives: Angela
I had a lovely time tonight chatting with the wonderful Juliet Marillier about folk and fairy tales, magic and witches and writing for WA Libraries.
A few people wanted to know which books to read about magic. The ones I started with are
I’m utterly delighted to see that The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales has made the shortlist for the World Fantasy Award for Best Collection! Once again with gorgeous illustrations by Kathleen Jennings.
This is my third WFA shortlisting in this category and all for
I was fortunate enough to have a lovely chat with Rick Kleffel over at Narrative Species about my new novel, The Path of Thorns.
Hey, folks. If you missed the function a fortnight ago for The Path of Thorns,despair not.
The fab Avid Reader is hosting an in-conversation next week betwixt myself and the lovely @trentonomicon.
In-face or en Zoom Tues 12 July, book here
I have been sitting on this news for literal years! Mike and I talked about it at the end of 2019, we were set to start work … and then BAM! The Plague Years.
But it’s all good – we’re up and running
I’m both delighted and amused to see my little (profanity-ridden) Brain Jar Press writer chap as one of the finalists for the Locus Awards for Non-Fiction!
The shortlists are here.
We are ready to launch my new novel, The Path of Thorns! And yes, Brisneyland, you’re getting the book ahead of the rest of the world!
Come and watch Kathleen Jennings and I bicker our way through an in-conversation, while Pulp Fiction Booksellers
A couple of weeks ago I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with the fabulous George Penney on her Bohemiana Podcast about a range of stuff!
A big thanks for the wonderful Juliet Marillier for introducing us.
You can listen here.