Tag Archives: clarkesworld

You should go to …

… Clarkesworld and read “Sweet Subtleties” by Lisa Hannett, for it is awesome and awful and wondrous and wrong and delicious.

Javier calls me Una, though I’m not the first. There are leftovers all around his studio. Evidence of
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Become a Citizen – without worrying about the brain bugs

Yes, go to Clarkesworld, the provider of quality fiction from luminaries such as Lisa L. Hannett, Theodora Goss, E. Catherine Tobler and Genevieve Valentine, and become a citizen today.

Clarkesworld needs you – and you get ‘stuff’ for your
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Meanwhile, over at Clarkesworld …

… the lovely Jeremy L C Jones talks to the equally lovely Lisa L Hannett …

In Bluegrass Symphony, Lisa L. Hannett writes of a place that is, perhaps, somewhere (or nowhere) in the rural United States—a
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Like Chicken Man

I am apparently everywhere, including Booklife.

The short story isn’t dead, it’s just _________?

Angela Slatter: Fighting a vigorous rearguard action against big publishers who don’t see any money in selling short story collections unless they’re attached to big name authors. I do think it’s a form that’s on
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Each Facet Intensely: Interview at Clarkesworld

The delightful Jeremy L. C. Jones interviews me at Clarkesworld.

Australian fiction writer Angela Slatter has two beautiful story collections out, Sourdough & Other Stories (Tartarus Press [UK]) and The Girl with No Hands & Other Tales (Ticonderoga Publications). They are beautiful inside and out — both the stories that make up the books and the books themselves.

Slatter’s stories are
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The Prime Drive-by: Sean Wallace

Sean Wallace is founder and editor of the World Fantasy Award-winning Prime Books, he is co-editor of Clarkesworld (a Hugo and World Fantasy nominee), and Fantasy Magazine. He’s also edited a variety of anthologies, including: Best New Fantasy, Fantasy, Horror: The Best of
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The Bluegrass Symphony Drive-by: L L Hannett

Lisa Hannett survived Clarion South in 2009 (inspite of my cooking), and in the eighteen months or so since she’s published stories in (but not restricted to) Clarkesworld, Fantasy Magazine, Chizine, Weird Tales, ONSPEC, Midnight Echo, Scary Kisses, and Ann and Jeff VanderMeer’s Steampunk Compendium. She is also working on
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Clarkesworld

Oh, look at Clarkesworld #39, if only coz the cover is awesome – http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/artbio_39/ 

The Author as Answerer of Questions

The delightful Marshall Payne interviews me over at his Super-Sekrit Clubhouse. There are also some awesome interviews with Amal El-Mohtar, Mike Allen, Vylar Kaftan and more.

Angela Slatter has recently been singled out by Jeff VanderMeer as an emerging writer of note in his Mammals Underfoot! group interview at Clarkesworld. She has sold fiction to
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Mammals Underfoot! An Interview by Jeff VanderMeer! Excessive Use of "!" by Me!

Let’s try this again (after yesterday’s premature effort!) …

Jeff VanderMeer interviews some emerging authors, of whom I am apparently one, at the wonderful Clarkesworld. There’s also the gravy boat of awesome in the many and varied forms of Jesse Bullington, N.K. Jemisin, Tessa Kum, Meghan McCarron, Shweta Narayan, Jeremy C. Shipp and Genevieve Valentine. Huzzah!

“Every once in awhile, it’s good for a fool
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