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For a Halloween Snack

Stephen J. Clark’s “Homunculus”

Here’s my short story “Sourdough” …

Sourdough

by Angela Slatter

My father did not know that my mother knew about his other wives, but she did.

It didn’t seem to bother her, perhaps because, of them all, she had the greater
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Podcasty Goodness

Artification, as always, by the wonderful Kathleen Jennings

A few of my stories have been made into podcasts by the likes of the fabtacular PseudoPod and Tales to Terrify, so I thought I’d bring all the links together in one convenient post.

This is
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Proper cover!

This is how The Tallow-Wife novella’s cover will look for the limited edition hardback for Conflux!

I should mention that if you love it and want it (and you KNOW you do), then you need to pre-order. It *is* a limited edition; a few will be available at Conflux, but after that it will be gone, like dust in
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New Fears has landed!

The new anthology edited by Mark Morris and published by Titan Books has landed in the Titan offices!

New Fears has stories from Alison Littlewood, Stephen Gallagher, Brady Golden, Nina Allan, Brian Keene, Chaz Brenchley, AK Benedict, Brian Lillie, Ramsey Campbell,
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April Sneak Peek at Patreon

VaseColourOver at Patreon, there’ s a little taste of next month’s reward for Monkshoods and above.

Kind words …

bbible12… from the lovely Neil Snowdon are hereVigil v4 2

“Rich and heady as honey mead, potent and earthy as great Scotch, the sublimely dark
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Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Angela Slatter’s The October Widow

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Yes, the tiara helps me write

In which I talk to myself, quite legitimately, so the Men in White Coats cannot take me away – although my Significant Other is giving me some strange sideways looks. My Spectral Book of Horror tale is
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Some lovely info …

… about the making of the Sourdough cover lives here.

Lovely Review

… of Sourdough by Liz Grzyb over here.

Snippetry:If you haven’t read any of Angela Slatter’s stories, you are truly missing out. Go out and find some immediately. I am a particular fan of Slatter’s fairytale-esque stories,
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Sourdough-watch: No longer on Red Alert

My beautiful, beautiful books arrived this morning just as I was bolting out the door, borderlining lateness. So, I could not stop. All I could do was haul the blue Royal Mail baggie inside the door. And so, yes, I must apologise
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