Tag Archives: gothic
Dymocks 101 Voting
It’s time: the annual Dymocks Top 101 is open for voting … and The Path of Thorns is one of the books you can vote for … just so you know …
Avid Reader Event: The Path of Thorns
Hey, folks. If you missed the function a fortnight ago for The Path of Thorns,despair not.
The fab Avid Reader is hosting an in-conversation next week betwixt myself and the lovely @trentonomicon.
In-face or en Zoom Tues 12 July, book here
Or Passover, or holiday of choice!
I just wanted to share this gorgeous thing from Titan Books. My editor Cath decorated an Easter egg in the style of All the Murmuring Bones.
Preorder: The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales
Yes! At long last (my fault entirely) The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales is available for preorder from Tartarus Press. The words are by me, the art by Kathleen Jennings and the very lovely introduction by Helen Marshall.
This is the
Starred Review: All the Murmuring Bones
Over at Publishers Weekly, All the Murmuring Bones gets this gorgeous starred review!
All the Murmuring Bones
A.G. Slatter. Titan, $15.95 trade paper (368p) ISBN 978-1-78909-434-3
Set in a fantasy world reminiscent of 19th-century
Locus Reviews: The Heart is A Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories
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
Out of Water: Sarah Read
1. What do readers need to know about Sarah Read?
I love writing gothic and spooky fiction. I love reading all sorts of things from many different genres. I’m a history buff, a librarian, a knitter, a mom–I’m basically Mary Poppins,
So, I spent most of last year and the first few months of this year working on a novel called Blackwater. It’s a gothic fantasy set in the same
The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners
Over at Tales to Terrify, “The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners” is available for your listening pleasure!
This story originally appeared in the exquisitely produced Murder Ballads edited by Mark Beech (Egaeus Press, March 2017).
Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Stephen Volk’s Newspaper Heart
Mr Stephen Volk is the mind behind such gems as Gothic, Ghostwatch, and Afterlife … please take a moment to indulge in the traditional Wayne’s World “We’re not worthy” obeisance. Done? Excellent. He’s been quite rightly described as “one of