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Lovely review over at Dirty Sexy Books of The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales. Ms Rebecca gave it a 5 star rating, which equals “It kept me up all night”. Huzzah! 🙂
After I had my first dark, delicious taste of Angela Slatter’s idea of a fairy tale in her first story, “Bluebeard,” I was addicted to The Girl
I saw early drafts of Their Own Executioners and it’s so coooooool to see it out in the world now it’s all grown up.
‘It’s not so bad there, most of the time.’ Fog wafted
Here’s something I’m very happy to post: the new Midnight Echo is out, guest edited by Lee Battersby … and containing a creepy story I lurve. L L Hannett’s Tiny Drops is seeing the light of day … the kicking the proverbial out of the light of day and stealing its wallet.
This story started out at Clarion South in 09
Forgive me, I’m too excited to be of much use – the link is here for pre-orderage http://www.indiebooksonline.com/catalog/index.php
Hard cover or paperback – squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
*complete lack of authorial dignity*’
Oh, and here is the ToC:
Introduction by Jack Dann
The Living Book
The Jacaranda Wife
The Chrysanthemum Bride
My dear friend and occasional partner-in-crime, Lisa Hannett, is interviewed over here http://www.fantasy-magazine.com/2010/03/writing-writing-writing-lisa-hannett/ at Fantasy Magazine. Well worth a read – as always – and she’s just become an Australian citizen. 🙂 And quite frankly, you should probably go and read The Good Window, too. Oh, go on. You know you want to!
It’s here – just waiting for you …
Some awesome names there (like LL Hannett, Peter M Ball, etc) 🙂
I am sitting in a cafe in Adelaide’s Rundle Street, in excellent company: LL Hannett, Peter Ball and Jason Fischer. The company had better be excellet for it is freaking freezing here! We’re all writing, at different speeds, but we are writing (with intermittant yelling of ‘Why have you stopped writing???’). This works well. The second toe on my left
Conjecture, aka the 48th Australian National SF Convention, will be occurring in Adelaide as of this Friday. GoH is the award-winning, best-selling (two words it’s always nice to see together, just like ‘choclit’ and ‘cake’ … mmm, wait, do the hyphenated words count as four words?) Julie E. Czerneda. Getting there will involve me getting out of bed at 4am tomorrow in order to