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For your listening pleasure …

This gorgeous image from dustjacket attic

Elizabeth Carroll’s very lovely, very disturbing “The Duke of Vertumn’s Fingerling” is now available for listenification at Podcastle. Go here and make your ears happy.

After I opened my eyes they
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Sprawl

An in-depth and considered review of Sprawl over here at Strange Horizons. Thanks, Dan Hartland.

The Graphic Drive-by: Liz Argall

Liz Argall is a freelance writer, Clarion survivor, life model, writer of a comic books and a musical, and the possessor of a Bronze Ledger Award for Small Press of the Year for her anthology Dreams of Tomorrow. Her work
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A Flying Monkey Drive-by: Aidan Doyle

Aidan Doyle is a Clarion South 2009 survivor. Quotes for which he will be remembered are: “Bears are my unicorns”, “The zombies didn’t work for me from a programming perspective”, and “Needs more monkeys”. He is a traveller, writer, computer programmer and is publishing new stories at a rate of
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Drive-by: Amal El-Mohtar

Amal El-Mohtar is joint Queen of Goblin Fruit. She’s a poet, writer, and PhD student in Cornwall (a small envious voice in my head screams “Tintagel” every time I think of that, accurately or not). Her short fiction and poetry have been published in places are varied as
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The Duke of Vertumn's Fingerling is over at Strange Horizons

A wondrous-strange story by Elizabeth Carroll (of my Clarion South 09 class) is now out in the world. Go. Look.

After I opened my eyes they dressed me in silk. A bone-white gown slipped over my head and I raised my arms for it like a child. With my hair undone, I must have looked like a bride. I was nothing
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Over at Marshall's Clubhouse, Amal talks about passive-aggressive alphabets and women with bells in their lips

An excellent interview from the master of the Super-Sekrit Clubhouse, Marshall Payne, with Amal El-Mohtar:

Amal El-Mohtar is an admired poet, fiction writer, and editor of the online poetry ‘zine Goblin Fruit. She recently won the Rhysling Award for her poem “Song for an Ancient City.” She describes herself as a Canadian-born child of the Mediterranean, and is currently pursuing a
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I Feel I Must Draw Attention to This

come feast with usAmal El-Mohtar (she of a cool name, Goblin Fruit http://www.goblinfruit.net/ and much writing loveliness) is responsible for the below story at Strange Horizons. Her writing frequently sings … in short, awesome sauce.

And Their Lips Rang with the Sun

Look at them! Are they not beautiful? Had cinnamon been ground and rubbed
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My First Review for Strange Horizons

My review of Alex Bell’s second novel, Jasmyn lives here http://www.strangehorizons.com/reviews/2009/08/jasmyn_by_alex_.shtml.

Jasmyn cover

On the Fine Art of Submission

I’ve had quite a few people with queries about the how of submitting stories to magazines and journals in the last couple of weeks. So I thought I’d pull out the ole soapbox again and take up some real estate at Speaker’s Corner. I know I’ve banged on about submission guidelines before, so some of this will be well-trodden ground.
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