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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
I’m delighted to say that the shortlists for the Aurealis Awards were announced today and as well as seeing a lot of excellent friends on the list I also found that All the Murmuring Bones is a finalist for Best Fantasy Novel, and The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales for Best Collection.
And The Tallow-Wife is also a finalist for the
The lovely limited edition of All the Murmuring Bones is now available from the wonderful Tartarus Press. There are only 300 copies of these, so when this edition’s gone, it’s gone. (There are, of course, the gorgeous paperbacks from Titan
Hello, my poor neglected blog.
Yesterday I had the privilege of reading on Daniel Braum’s podcast The Strange, the Weird and the Uncanny.
An experience made even better by reading alongside of Kathe Koja, Nathan Carson, Philip Fracassi and Dan
Now that I’ve crawled out from under the weight of finishing Morwood (it’s been sent off to my wonderful editor at Titan Books, Cath Trechman), I am trying to catch up on All The Neglected Things.
That includes this rather glorious anthology from
Absolutely delighted to learn that I won the Australian Shadows Award for Best Collected Work this evening! The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories got a gong. Thanks so much to PS Publishing for making
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.
So, we launched All the Murmuring Bones on Friday night.
Thanks so much to Jo Dillon of ScreenQueensland for being the hostess with the mostest, to Brisbane Square Library for the beautiful space and getting us organised (Marcelle and
I can’t believe I forgot to post this here – ARCs of All the Murmuring Bones arrived in my hot little hands the other week!