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… Peter Tennant says lovely things about Of Sorrow and Such!
Of Sorrow and Such is a superb work of fiction, one that contains within its pages a gripping story, but at the same time has much to tell us about
The wonderful S.P. Miskowsi has released her latest instalment in the Skillute Cycle, In the Light. Knock, Knock, her debut novel, and Delphine Dodd, a novella, were both shortlisted for a Shirley Jackson Award. Black Static’s Peter Tennant has described her as “one of the most interesting and original writers
My author copies of Home and Hearth from Spectral Press have arrived! So I’m running a competition and giving away two copies to readers.
Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and say “Hi, Angela” (yes, it’s the minimal requirements competition) and I’ll use a
“These stories are stupendously good.” Paul Kane, The Compulsive Reader
“There is magic in this world.” Rick Kleffel’s Agony
Peter Tennant is an award-winning reviewer and columnist for Black Static and a prolific writer of speculative fiction. His fiction has appeared in venues as diverse as Jennings Magazine, Dreams from the Stranger’s Café, Axiom, Visions, Sackcloth & Ashes, and
Over at Trumpetville, Peter Tennant reviews books and says nice things and includes Sourdough and Other Stories in his list of Picks for 2010. Extra stuff will appear in the February 2011 issue of Black Static. *Snoopy Dance*
Sourdough and other stories by Angela Slatter
This is my favourite collection of 2010 on the days when Lost Places isn’t. Slatter