Tag Archives: Slights
The first thing I ever read of Kaaron Warren’s was The Grinding House and I was struck by the raw power of her prose. The woman knows how to write a good scare. The next thing that found me was Dead Sea Fruit, reprinted in one of the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror anthologies, which was one of the most
Belatedly, coz I am still a bit spacey, here are the winners of the 2010 Australian Shadows Awards:
Long Fiction: Kaaron Warren for Slights
Edited Publication: Jennifer Brozek and Amanda Pillar Grants Pass
Short Fiction: Deborah Biancotti for Six Suicides
The inimitable Kaaron Warren (she of short story collections The Grinding House and Slights, and many other short stories that left home and are living elsewhere http://kaaronwarren.wordpress.com/books/) meets the equally inimitable Bibliophile Stalker, Charles Tan, right here http://charles-tan.blogspot.com/2009/07/interview-kaaron-warren.html and good interviewy stuff happens.