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
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
Art by Kathleen Jennings as always
So I was supposed to be answering interview questions, but for some reason I wrote this. Everyone’s experience and advice will be different, but this is mine..
A writer writes (Thanks, Throw Momma