Tag Archives: Kirstyn McDermott
New Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2016
Woohoo! 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
Beyond the Woods: Retold Fairy Tales
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
SQ Magazine Issue 20
And here is the link to some quality free fiction from Kirstyn McDermott, Gary McMahon, and others including me.
SQ Magazine: Dark Legends of a New Age
Here’s the cover rough for SQ Mag 20 (1 May 2015), which is a special edition, ‘Dark Legends of a New Age’, and contains stories from some of my fave peeps! Also one from me.
Bluebeard’s Daughter – Angela Slatter
The Bone Maiden
The Writer and the Critic: new casting of the pod
The lovely Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond have released their latest episode of The Writer and the Critic. You can listen Read more…
The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2013
Ticonderoga Publications has released the Table of Contents for their latest volume of The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2013, which contains many excellent works of Oz speculative fiction. I’m fortunate that they’ve also picked up my tale “Flight”, which first
Over at the Guardian: Science fiction and fantasy: the wonderful wizards of Oz
The Guardian has a look at the ’emergence’ of Australian SFF authors onto the international scene:
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
So, the Conflux program is now live.
This is the NatCon for 2013, so probably the biggest gathering the tribe will see in Oz this year.
I’m doing a late night panel on Old and New Fairy Tales (with Lisa Hannett, Leife
And so, Narrow Daylight
Many years ago (okay, 2006) I began what I thought would be a novel called Narrow Daylight. It’s not my usual thing, there’s a distinct lack of supernatural or fantastical or horrific elements. It’s about the affect of a suicide on a family, how it tears lives apart, re-opens old wounds, and how secrets leak out.
It didn’t become a novel,
The Belated Otherworld Launch Post
And lo, we did trek to Adelaide, City of Frog Cakes and Haighs Chocolates, and lo, we did launch a book there.
Yes, Midnight and Moonshine had a bottle of champers cracked over it in Adelaide as well as