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
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
Beyond the Woods: Retold Fairy Tales is a new reprint anthology from the lovely Paula Guran and Night Shade Books.
It will be out in July 2016, and I’m delighted to say that my story “The Bone Mother” is contained therein, along with
Image taken from page 78 of “Songs for Little People,” published in 1896. (The British Library)
The Sourdough Posts: Under the Mountain
Ah, and the last Sourdough
So I woke to a text from my dearest Brain, Lisa L. Hannett, sent while she was exploring far-flung Lindisfarne on her Great Viking Adventure Time, saying “WAKE UP WAKE UP WAKE UP, MY BRAIN, YOU’RE ON THE WFA SHORTLIST!”
The first thing I read by Nicole Kornher-Stace was The Winter Triptych from Papaveria Press … which utterly stunned me. Winter. Queens. Ghosts. Roses. Castles. And that cover, oh that cover. Stunning writing, visceral imagery,
Utterly delighted to have my fourth outing in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, this time in the 2015 Edition (Prime Books) – and to share it with Lisa Hannett in her first appearance there makes it even more
At last, it’s here: Midnight and Moonshine is up at Amazon, ready for downloading to your Kindle’ish devices, people!
The gods are dead, but will not be forgotten.
When Mymnir flees the devastation of