This morning there’s some undignified dancing around the house (much to the consternation of the dogs) as All the Murmuring Bones has been nominated in the novel category of the Shirley Jackson Awards. Thanks to the team at Titan Books!
The wonderful Lisa Tuttle has reviewed All the Murmuring Bones in The Guardian, along with amazing tomes like Jeff VanderMeer’s Hummingbird Salamander, Under the Blue by Oana Aristide and Terminal Boredom by Izumi Suzuki.
Of All the Murmuring
Today’s blog guest is the lovely Sarah Read, talking about “Still Life with Natalie”, from the the new Suspended in Dusk II anthology.
1. What was the inspiration for your SiD2 story?
A friend of mine (hi Torii!) told me about a
Art from Lavie Tidhar’s Central Station
Yay, my PhD didn’t entirely go to waste coz I got to write this article for Tor.com!
Five Mosaic Novels You Should Read
A mosaic novel, you say? What’s that when it’s at home?
Got my paws on a physical copy – my sister’s, alas, so I had to sign it and give it back!
And so I wait (im)patiently by the mailbox, waiting for my author copies to went their way across the sea, schlepped by very tired and overworked carrier pigeons.
Yes, as per the heading, my first ever US collection A Feast of Sorrows: Stories is available for pre-order.
While it’s mostly a reprint collection of fairy tales and Sourdough/Bitterwood world stories, the important thing to note is that
Welcome basket from KSP. Contains chocolate!
Travel is the great discombobulator.
We are taken out of our normal environment, sundered from our daily routines. Our habits, we find, are no longer easy. This can make us grumpy: we go
Photo by Lisa!
A gentle reminder, my fellow Brisneylanders: on Oct 29 at 6pm, Lisa L. Hannett will be at Avid Reader launching her new book Lament for the Afterlife. Do you want to be there?
Of course you do, you’re all