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Weird stuff happens when you’re asleep …

Or rather, The Weird Stuff.

The delightful and slightly (okay, very) Weird Jeff VanderMeer introduces me at the Weird Fiction Review.

Behind the scenes, Angela Slatter has been working as WFR’s managing editor by, among other efforts, answering queries, working with writers on
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Myrtle Von Damitz

I seem to have agreed to become the managing editor for Ann and Jeff VanderMeer’s new weirdfictionreview.com site, which is launching the end of this month. The site is being created by Luís Rodrigues and the awesome
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Thing of interest

Today’s thing of interest is Gio Clairval’s post over here about participating in the VanderMeer’s latest gigantic project, The Weird.

THE WEIRD: I have participated in one of the largest thematic anthology projects of all time, and
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The Bonus Drive-by: Ann VanderMeer

Ann VanderMeer is an award-winning editor and publisher (Buzz City Press) – but then, who doesn’t know that? She’s also married to Jeff VanderMeer, the award-winning writer and editor. The world has them to thank for such tomes as Steampunk,
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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 Shadow Drive-by: Jeffrey Ford

Portrait by Gerard Wickham

In the dictionary under the word ‘prolific’ there is a picture of Jeffrey Ford. Under the word ‘ubiquitous’ it just says ‘see prolific’ … not coz they mean the same thing … but they both mean Jeffrey Ford. His awards include those of a World Fantasy persuasion,
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The Year in Review – as of 25 March 2010

… so, I was sitting around last night after I’d finally finished tidying up the Afterword for The Girl with No Hands & Other Tales, doing what I usually do which is thinking I’m not doing enough as a writer.

Then the reasonable part of me appeared (she makes occasional cameos) and took stock. She said “Errr, have a think about what you’ve got for
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