Tag Archives: short stories
I’m delighted to announce that I’ll have a new short story collection out next year via the wonderful PS Publishing, The Best Stories of Angela Slatter. The cover is still in the works but we’ll reveal that as soon
The latest issue of The Dark has four great stories for your reading pleasure.
“The Only Way Out Lies Farther In” by David Tallerman
“Better Angels” by Angela Slatter (reprint)
“Sea-Crowned” by H. Pueyo
“A Pinhole of Light” by Julie C. Day (reprint)
Delighted to say that I’ve signed a contract with the wondrous PS Publishing for a new collection of stories, due out in 2019.
Twelve reprints, two new stories, and an intro
Over at Tales to Terrify, “The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners” is available for your listening pleasure!
This story originally appeared in the exquisitely produced Murder Ballads edited by Mark Beech (Egaeus Press, March 2017).
As promised to my classes this morning, here’s the list of short stories that have remained with me over many years and still give me nightmares on occasion – so, highly recommended!
It’s by no means definitive and entirely
So, I’m back in the flensing business.
My short story development service has re-opened. Details at the link above.
… plus carrots and sticks … and hands. All of the waving hands.
For the last five years, Ticonderoga Publications has produced a most excellent tome, The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy & Horror, an annual compendium of some of the finest short stories in Oz.
For #6, they could use a little help, so