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Meanwhile, over at Kaaron Warren’s place …

st-dymphna4… I take part in her “Refreshing the Wells” series.

Angela Slatter is an astonishingly good writer. Her story in In Your Face is one of my faves of the year so far,
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Alex Caine Lives Again: Alan Baxter

alan-by-nicole-web-cropYes! The Alex Caine series is so good and kickass that it got a second release! Bound, Obsidian, and Abduction are all now in paperback format as well as ebookery.

Alan Baxter is a British-Australian author who writes dark fantasy, horror
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The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2016

2016YBDFHCover for the next The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2016 from Paula Guran and Prime!

My novella “Ripper” is getting another outing, so huzzah!

Look at that ToC and pre-order here.

Alphabetical by Author Last Name:

“The Door” by Kelley Armstrong (Led Astray: The Best of Kelley Armstrong, Tachyon)
“Snow”
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New Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2016

2016Mock-300Woohoo! The new Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2016!

Made the cover on this one! And look at that ToC – another cracking volume from Paula Guran and Prime Books.

I love that “Ripper” is getting another outing – it’s one Kathleen Jennings
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In Your Face

fablecreoftOne of the excellent FableCroft Publishing’s 2016 projects is the In Your Face anthology, a collection of original and reprinted provocative spec-fic stories. The pozible campaign has reached its original goal (very quickly!), but there are stretch goals, people, so throw some spare shekels
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GenreCon 2015 – You Really, Really Need To Be There

GenreCon2015BannerThere are still a few registrations left for GenreCon – they do close on 25 October, however, so if you’ve been wavering might I suggest you get your butt into gear?

Now, let me be clear: this isn’t a ‘con’ in the sense
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Focus 2014 Interviews: Kaaron Warren

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Photo credit Andrew Sikorski

Today the wonderful Kaaron Warren talks Focus 2014 from Fablecroft.

What was the inspiration for your story, “Death’s Door Cafe”?

This story was inspired a visit to the National Museum, where they
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Horrorology Interviews: Angela Slatter

Dr Angela Slatter

Angela Slatter (Photo by David Pollitt, June 2010)

Angela Slatter is … well, me. Here I ramble on about my Horrorology novella, “Ripper”.

What was the inspiration for your Horrorology tale “Ripper”?

Well, it had a bit of a convoluted beginning: I was
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Fablecroft’s Focus 2014: highlights of Australian short fiction

fablecroftFablecroft have released the ToC for their Focus 2014: highlights of Australian short fiction and I’m happy to say that “St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls” is getting another outing, and in very good company too!

St Dymphna’s School
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Cover and ToC Reveal: The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2014

years-best-fantasy-and-horror-v5.webAlways happy to have stories (two!) in this glorious publication edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene, and published by Ticonderoga Publications. The fifth volume of The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror has yet another gorgeous cover and, most importantly, can
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