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So this happened.
I’ve got a new collection of microfictions out today from Brain Jar Press.
Now, if you have queries about availability, etc, please direct them to the publisher, Brain Jar Press – coz I will just tell you
And by “stuff” I mean a career as a writer.
To start off, remember this: it’s unlikely that the first thing you write – be it short story or novel or article – will be the first thing you publish.
What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting
Being a writer may well mean writing all the time (in which case, you’re fortunate), or writing in as much of the day or night as you can steal from
Approximately 142 years ago, I wrote this as a guest post over at the web-place of Mr Mark Barnes. It appears here now as it’s wandered home, somewhat drunk, and can’t really remember where it
Or at least one copy has landed in Oz: this one belongs to a friend!
So hopefully others will be arriving soon – including mine!
Very excited to get this glorious thing with Daniele Serra’s artwork!
Or, as I like to think of it, The Creepy Clown issue!
The May 2020 issue of The Dark is out! With stories by myself, Clara Madrigano, Kristi deMeester and Ray Cluley.
“Sleeping in Metal and
The wonderful Paula Guran has very kindly reviewed The Heart is A Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories for the May 2020 issue of Locus. This is my birthday month, so it’s wonderful to find words such as these in the Year
An extract from the Afterword:
This book has taken a long time to write.
I began it at the end of 2013, after The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings had been sent off to Tartarus Press. I was fortunate enough to be awarded a
Lovely to see that my new collection, The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories is getting some good press around the place!
Paula Guran has reviewed it for Locus: “Angela Slatter’s writing is elegant, eloquent, evocative, and exquisitely disturbing”, and