Tag Archives: witches
News: Hellboy Universe!
I have been sitting on this news for literal years! Mike and I talked about it at the end of 2019, we were set to start work … and then BAM! The Plague Years.
But it’s all good – we’re up and running
Ladies of the Fright: Witches!!
Over Halloween I had a chat with the delightful and delovely Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera, the Ladies of the Fright! About witches (or my “witch work”). Me, sounding very Australian – in the background
Heading into Halloween 2019
If it’s the second year you do it, it’s totally a tradition, right?
So, as I did last year, here are links to all my spooky stories that you can read online for free. They’re not all nice, so be warned.
Interview: Angela Slatter and Of Sorrow and Such
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
Five Misunderstood Witches
Over at the Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog I talk about my picks for the Most Misunderstood Witches in Fantasy.
Molly Weasley, in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series
Don’t, whatever you do, be fooled by Molly Weasley’s exterior.
Post at Tor.com: Five Books Containing Traces of Witches
Over at Tor.com I talk about five books containing traces of witches, specifically some magnificent works by Margo Lanagan, Juliet Marillier, Tanith Lee, Diana L. Paxson, and Emma Donoghue. Note: Seahearts was published as The Brides of Rollrock Island in
Over at The Book Smugglers …
… is an excerpt from Of Sorrow and Such!
Go! Enjoy! Here!