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The delightful and slightly (okay, very) Weird Jeff VanderMeer introduces me at the Weird Fiction Review.
Behind the scenes, Angela Slatter has been working as WFR’s managing editor by, among other efforts, answering queries, working with writers on
Lisa’s story “Gutted” recently appeared in one of my favourite magazines, the very lovely Shimmer. To go with the story, she wrote a blog post entitled Short Story Collections: Gathering Places for Infinite Worlds.
Imagine yourself at a party.
Not just any
Great guest post from Jay Lake over at Shimmer:
Jay Lake here, happily guest-blogging for Shimmer on the subject of selling fiction for new writers. This post recaps a number things I’ve said before along the way, with a focus on the basics of aspiration and breaking in. I hope it proves helpful to you.
The Internet is
Always happy to post about Shimmer!
The stories are wondrous and the art is glorious.
We released our first issue in 2005. We’ve gotten stronger with each issue, and Issue 12 contains wonders and marvels, from Peter M. Ball‘s punk-not-emo teenage werewolf story, to Josh Storey‘s gorgeous take on
Mary’s first novel, Shades of Milk and Honey, the fantasy novel Jane Austen should have written, was released into the wild this year (via the good graces of Tor and the lovely
Forgive me, I am having a slow start to the year and should have pointed this out days ago … the talented Aliette de Bodard has her debut novel coming out this year via Angry Robot (Note for nerds: HarperCollins’ new spec-fic imprint; also publishes Kaaron Warren).
Servant of the Underworld is the first book