Kinda literally, but kinda figuratively.
Technically, it’s the new Hellboy prose anthology (via Dark Horse Comics), An Assortment of Horrors, edited by Christopher Golden and artified exquisitely (as always) by Mike Mignola.
So, yeah, if your dog went nuts a day or so ago, it’s
I’ve been hiding this for months! At last it can be revealed! This is the illustration Mike Mignola did for my story in the new Hellboy prose anthology, An Assortment of Horrors.
Got my paws on a physical copy – my sister’s, alas, so I had to sign it and give it back!
And so I wait (im)patiently by the mailbox, waiting for my author copies to went their way across the sea, schlepped by very tired and overworked carrier pigeons.
A Feast of Sorrows: Stories
Australian speculative fiction author Slatter’s U.S. debut is a compilation of her most notable stories along with several new ones, all of which showcase her incredible talent for enlivening fairy
… is almost here. It will be out next month! You can pre-order it.
A Feast of Sorrows — Angela Slatter’s first U.S. collection — features twelve of the World Fantasy and British Fantasy Award-winning Australian author’s finest, darkest
Yes, as per the heading, my first ever US collection A Feast of Sorrows: Stories is available for pre-order.
While it’s mostly a reprint collection of fairy tales and Sourdough/Bitterwood world stories, the important thing to note is that the
Ray Cluley’s short stories have been published in various magazines and anthologies. He has appeared in a few ‘best of’ anthologies and a couple of his stories have been translated (into French and Polish). He won the British Fantasy Award
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I’m so delighted to have a piece of writing in this gorgeous Bestiary that accompanies Viktor Koen’s amazing mixed media photography.
Ellen Datlow pulled together all the writers for this, including Pat Cadigan, Sonya Taaffe, Kaaron Warren,
Australian spec-fic writer Ian McHugh’s debut short story collection, Angel Dust, was one of the finalists for this year’s Aurealis Awards for Best Collection – and it’s available here from Ticonderoga Publications (and you should go and get a copy).
Full ToC reveal and final cover! Squeeeee!
“The Atlas of Hell” by Nathan Ballingrud (Fearful Symmetries, edited by Ellen Datlow, ChiZine Publications)
“Winter Children” by Angela Slatter (Postscripts #32/33 Far Voyager, edited by Nick Gevers, PS Publishing)
“A Dweller in Amenty” by Genevieve