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A few of my stories have been made into podcasts by the likes of the fabtacular PseudoPod and Tales to Terrify, so I thought I’d bring all the links together in one convenient post.
Just back from 13 days touring around Tasmania with the Tech Support Badger!
Much to catch up on – sooooooo much.
But until I manage to get organised, here are links to the delightful Haralambi Markov’s dissection
Am very squeeful to report that the lovely Harry Markov is taking three of my stories for the Tales to Terrify podcast. Huzzah!
“Bluebeard”, “The Bones Remember Everything” and “Sourdough” will all be hearable for your listening pleasure.
(This is an extract from my MA thesis from 2006, and is a meditation on my own writing of Black-Winged Angels and Carter’s The Bloody Chamber and Donoghue’s Kissing the Witch.)
‘Most intellectual development depends
A truly fabulous review of The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales* by guest reviewer Lyndon Riggall on Angela Meyer’s LiteraryMinded blog (she who is Queen of the Bloggeist). Thus, I do snoopy dance.
For those of you who will read The Girl
Okay, so my first experiment in digital publishing is up at Smashwords.
T’is Black-Winged Angels, the short story collection of reloaded fairytales I wrote for my MA. We’ll see how this goes – i.e. how well I’ve managed to follow the technical’ish requirements (thanks to Alan Baxter for tips!) – and then Sourdough & Other Stories will be next.
My Significant Other did the
Lovely review over at Dirty Sexy Books of The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales. Ms Rebecca gave it a 5 star rating, which equals “It kept me up all night”. Huzzah! 🙂
After I had my first dark, delicious taste of Angela Slatter’s idea of a fairy tale in her first story, “Bluebeard,” I was addicted to The Girl
This is a little something extracted from my Masters thesis, Black-Winged Angels: Theoretical Underpinnings (which is a collection of nine reloaded fairytales and an accompanying exegesis). It’s just lying around, so why not post it here? Complete with dodgy bibliography and endnotes.