… also gained praise from the delightful Peter Tennant in Black Static #51 (and yes, you should still subscribe).
Peter says of the titular story, “The Female Factory”:
Finally we have title story ‘The Female Factory’, which is set in an institution
When Alisa approached us about doing one of the Twelve Planets, we readily agreed. Then, having sprung her trap, she added “But make it more science fictiony.”
Cue Mo Szyslak from The Simpsons … “Whaaaaaa?”
Undeterred, and a little heavy of heart, we two
The Female Factory, co-written with Lisa L. Hannett, is Volume 11 in the Twelve Planets series by Twelfth Planet Press. It’s available for order in print or ebook form here.
The Female Factory won the Best Collection in the
This is what I spent the best part of yesterday doing: reading over the galley for The Female Factory.
It’s typeset, the cover is under construction, and we’re starting to seek out reviewers.
It’s almost a real thing!
And so last night, Lisa and I finished our Twelve Planets collection for Twelfth Planet Press, and sent it off. The collection-formerly-known-as-Baggage is now called The Female Factory, after the final tale (which is a novella).
And as a teaser:
Lisa L. Hannett and I have joined the Twelve Planets series over at Twelfth Planet Press, as per Alisa’s announcement today. We’re absolutely delighted to be in such good company.
Twelve Plants Welcomes Lisa Hannett and Angela SlatterAug 05, 2013
It’s with mixed
Twelfth Planet Press has announced all their authors for the Twelve Planets series you may have seen me talk about here in the past. I’m so excited about the roll call for this project as it is made of awesome with some fabtastic