My story “Home and Hearth” (which originally appeared as part of the Spectral Press chapbook series) has been transmuted into a podcast by the lovely folk at PseudoPod! Thanks, peeps, and special thanks to narrator Robin McLeavy.
Go here to listen.
The May issue of The Dark is out with new fiction by myself and Sara Saab, and awesome reprints by Georgina Bruce & Brenna Gomez.
I love, love, love the cover as it reminds me of
Today, Danielle Kaheaku talks about her forthcoming novel, In Extremis, and other writerly stuff. An award-winning ghostwriter and editor, Danielle Kaheaku has worked in the entertainment industry for the past twelve years. She has active memberships in the Science Fiction & Fantasy
The art is by Kathleen Jennings and it’s here purely coz you should always look at at by Kathleen Jennings
Well, I guess it’s time to repost the post that upsets people: The Awards Don’t Matter Post. This was
I’m delighted to have a story in this new Alice anthology, Wonderland, edited by Marie O’Regan and Paul Kane (published by Titan Books).
The complete list of contributors also includes Alison Littlewood, Cat Rambo, Catriona Ward, Cavan Scott, Genevieve Cogman, George Mann, James
Art by Kathleen Jennings
Finding an Agent: the Ugly Truth
by Angela Slatter
Literary agents manage, in theory, all the business of a writer’s work. This includes the submission, sale, contracting, publication, translation, production and reproduction. They act as a conduit between authors
Very happy to say I’ve got a reprint in this anthology, “Seeds”, written with Lisa L. Hannett for our mosaic novel Midnight and Moonshine. Mythic Journeys has a gorgeous cover and a most excellent ToC:
“Lost Lake” – Emma Straub and Read more…
So, I’m teaching two Australian Writers’ Centre courses in March (then I’ll be on a little break for a bit due to an upcoming operation):
Creative Writing Stage 1 is on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March 2019, 10am–4pm
There’s a new cover for HEX LIFE: Wicked New Tales of Witchery
Edited by Christopher Golden & Rachel Autumn Deering.
But it still contains stories by:
This lovely thing arrived yesterday! Gaslight Gothic: Strange Tales of Sherlock Holmes. My story features Kit Caswell from the novella “Ripper” (which appeared in Stephen Jones’ Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear).
Cloaked in gothic shadows, soaked in blood, darkness descends on the