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The Briar Book of the Dead – Locus Review

This is one of my favourite reviews of my work ever – it’s wonderful when someone just gets what you’re trying to do! Thanks, Ian Mond.


The Briar Book of the Dead, A.G. Slatter (Titan Books, 978-1-80336-454-4,
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Locus Reviews: The Heart is A Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories

The wonderful Paula Guran has very kindly reviewed The Heart is A Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories for the May 2020 issue of Locus. This is my birthday month, so it’s wonderful to find words such as these in
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Locus March 2018 Issue

The March issue features interviews with James Gunn and Angela Slatter, appreciations for Ursula K. Le Guin, a column by Cory Doctorow, the 2017 Nebula Awards Ballot, Stoker Awards Final Ballot, and BSFA Shortlist, plus much more! Read more…

Sorcerer to the Crown: Zen Cho

Photo by Jim C. Hines

Photo by Jim C. Hines

Zen Cho was born and raised in Malaysia, and lives in London. Her short fiction has been nominated for the Selangor Young Talent Awards and the Pushcart
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In which the Dance of Happiness is Done

Lisa's photo

Lisa’s photo

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
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Locus Review *causing high kicks to be done around the living room*

So, the delightful Faren Miller has reviewed Midnight and Moonshine in the latest Locus (which you should totally go and buy) AND Midnight and Moonshine made the Locus Recommended Reading List.

The things
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A Drive-by from Coode Street: Jonathan Strahan

As an editor and anthologist Jonathan Strahan is recidivist*. He is compulsively nominated for Hugos and World Fantasy Awards – he’s on the World Fantasy shortlist again this year for Eclipse 3. For a fullsome bibliography, you must go here – it reads like The King’s Library. There are various Year’s
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Horning In

HornOh, it was about time I got to make a bad, vague pun about something (Jason Fischer will be proud of me).

Peter Ball’s debut novella Horn has had a sweeeeeeeet review in the September ish of Locus. Rich Horton is frequently a source of good, informative and informed words about short fiction and
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