For the latest Australian spec-fic news, head over to Tor.com for Alexandra Pierce’s Aurora Australis column.
Awards! Films! Anthologies! Stuff!
Art by Greg Ruth
I’m so excited to announce this: I’ll be collaborating with the wonderful Vicki Madden of Sweet Potato Films (writer of the award-winning The Kettering Incident) on a project inspired by my novelette “Finnegan’s Field“, which was
Over at Patreon, there’ s a little taste of next month’s reward for Monkshoods and above.
And the shortlists for the Aurealis Awards (for 2016 works) has been released.
I’m delighted to have five nominations, and I’m extra delighted to be in such great company on these lists!
BEST HORROR SHORT STORY
“The Red Forest”, Angela Slatter (Winter Children and Other Chilling
So, just in case you were wondering, my eligible Ditmar works:
“Finnegan’s Field”, at Tor.com, Ellen Datlow (ed.), January 2016.
“Change Management”, in Dead Letters, Conrad Williams (ed.), Titan Books, April 2016.
“Tin Soldier”, Dark Discoveries Magazine, Aaron J. French (ed.) Issue #35, Summer
Cassandra Khaw is a London-based writer with roots buried deep in Southeast Asia where there are sometimes more ghosts than people. Her work tends to revolve around intersectional cultures, mythological mash-ups, and bizarre urban architecture.
When not embroiled in fiction, she writes
With stories by Charlie Jane Anders, Laurie Penny, N.K. Jemisin, and more!
Tor.com are very excited to offer a free download of the 2016 edition of Some of the Best from Tor.com, an anthology of 25 of our favorite short stories
Art from Lavie Tidhar’s Central Station
Yay, my PhD didn’t entirely go to waste coz I got to write this article for Tor.com!
Five Mosaic Novels You Should Read
A mosaic novel, you say? What’s that when it’s at home?
Well, a year since its release and my lovely Ditmar Award winning Tor.com novella, Of Sorrow and Such keeps getting nice reviews. Huzzah! Thanks, Alasdair Stuart.
Mistress Gideon is a witch. The people of Eddas Meadow, the village where she lives, either
Somehow I missed the posting of this! The delightful Man of Words, Alasdair Stuart, about my Tor.com novella Of Sorrow and Such (with the amazing Balbusso cover).
Yesterday I reviewed Angela Slatter’s excellent Of Sorrow and Such, published by Tor. Today here’s an