Category Archives: fairy tales

Of Sorrow and Such artwork

You can now buy an art print of the cover for Of Sorrow and Such!

The wonderful Anna and Elena Balbusso Twins have it for sale here.

Plus (and I did not realise this), the illustration, “The Witch”, won two awards!

2017 SILVER AWARD 55th Annual
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Domnall and the Borrowed Child: Sylvia Spruck Wrigley

1. What do new readers need to know about Sylvia Spruck Wrigley?

They should know that the sense of time and place in my stories is very variable. I’m German-American and I’ve spent more time living in Spain and the UK
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Books + Publishing

It’s nice when the industry mags notice! And you’re in excellent company! Thanks, Books + Publishing.

Australian authors shortlisted for Locus Awards

15 May 2017

Several Australian authors and illustrators have been named as finalists for the Locus Awards for science-fiction and fantasy writing.

Garth Nix is a finalist in the young adult category for his novel Goldenhand (A&U). Nix was previously a
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New Interview

Art by Kathleen Jennings

The lovely Dr Nin Harris interviewed me over at Mythopoetic!

Thanks for letting me come and play!

What’s the best way for an author to start her day, according to Angela Slatter?
Coffee! Or the beverage of choice. And of course,
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Shadows & Tall Trees 7: Steve Rasnic Tem

Steve Rasnic Tem’s last novel, Blood Kin (Solaris, 2014) won the Bram Stoker Award. His next novel, UBO (Solaris, Febuary 2017) is a dark science fictional tale about violence and its origins, featuring such historical viewpoint characters as Jack the Ripper, Stalin,
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Over at Patreon …

… the May reward is up for my Monkshood supporters. The newsletter will go out to all my lovely patrons in the next day or so. Meanwhile, here’s a snippet, Monkshooders.

Got a few spare shekels? Consider throwing them my way! My Patreon reward levels are here.

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White fox by Kathleen Jennings

Have I mentioned lately that I’ve got some ebooks over at Amazon?

Samplers so you can see what I do if you don’t want to commit to an anthology or a collection or a novel …

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Review of Vigil

A lovely podcasty review of Vigil by Madeleine D’Este!

Merci mille fois, Madeleine – perfectly timed in the lead-up to Corpselight’s release.

And for those of you playing at home …

Luke Spooner

Part Three of “The Night Stair” is up at Gamut!

Here’s a snippet from the opening of the tale:

The Steward is a tall man, entirely bald, gaunt in the face, yet rotund in the belly. His legs
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Supersonic Magazine

The latest Supersonic Magazine has a lot of great fiction, reviews and articles – as do all of the issues! But this one is especially awesome for me as my version of Little Red Riding Hood, “Red Skein”, has been translated
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