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Just some of the books that arrived whilst I was away at WFC:
Once Upon a Time: New Fairy Tales, edited by Paula Guran (Prime), has entered the world rather quietly but is gorgeous and loudly lovely. Stories by Tanith Lee, Theodora Goss, Kaaron Warren, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Jane Yolen, Nathan
If your experience of Australian science fiction and fantasy is limited to Nevil Shute’s On the Beach and the Mad Max films, it’s time to take another look as the wizards of Oz launch themselves
So, I think we may have *just* missed Women in Horror month, but that shouldn’t stop you from checking out Lisa Hannett’s latest post over at This is Horror. Any time is a good time to read creepy stuff by excellent women writers.
Go Read more…
The ToC for the latest YBAF&H (yes, you *should* sing that to the tune of “YMCA”) has been released into the community – on parole, really, with little chance of it respecting its good behaviour bond. With fiction from the likes of Margo Lanagan, Lisa L. Hannett, Alan Baxter, Kathleen
So, back in 2008 the inimitable Dirk Flinthart edited a tome called Canterbury 2100, which essentially walked in the footsteps of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, only with more science fictiony bits and better, more comfortable shoes.
The blurb? So pleased you asked:
Six hundred years ago, a group of pilgrims made their way
Yes, the successful people get it too – sorry if you thought there was a point where the writerly angst went away!
Alan is running a series with writers answering questions about angst and how they (or don’t) cope. Standby for Kaaron Warren, Jo Anderton, Lisa
And the company it’s keeping is impressive and humbling:
That Book Your Mad Ancestor Wrote
by K. J. Bishop (self-published)
This anthology contains new stories from Nicole’s In Fabula-divino stable, and reprints from the likes of Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta , Trudi Canavan, Kaaron Warren and myself.
Full Table of Contents is below and more info about the anthology is
He’s been kind enough to put me in there and I’m in some wonderful company – go on, click the link and check it out.
You know you want to.