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The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales
An extract from the Afterword:
This book has taken a long time to write.
I began it at the end of 2013, after The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings had been sent off to Tartarus Press. I was fortunate enough to be awarded a
Locus Interview Extract
There’s an extract of my interview with Locus Magazine over at Locus online.
“I worked with intent. My thought was, I’m 37, and I want to give this a real go to do it as a career. I don’t want
Re-stocked The Bitterwood Bible cards today, and remembered how much I love the cover of the book. Kathleen Jennings’ artwork always seems to be drawn straight from my head.
The Starlit Wood: Jeffrey Ford
Today in The Starlit Wood blog series one of my favourite writers, the amazing Jeffrey Ford, talks about his tale “The Thousand Eyes”.
1. What was the inspiration for your story in The Starlit Wood?
We were asked by the editors to pick an
GenreCon 2017 Plenary Address
That title is a fancy way of saying I ranted at a bunch of nice people at 9.20am this morning. It was fun!
Here’s the transcript of my rant.
Awards Don’t Matter
Good morning to you all, hungover or otherwise.
My name is, as you might
And for those of you playing at home …
Part Three of “The Night Stair” is up at Gamut!
Here’s a snippet from the opening of the tale:
The Steward is a tall man, entirely bald, gaunt in the face, yet rotund in the belly. His legs
ICYMI – St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls …
… is available to read over at Tor.com.
This tale won the Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Short Story last year and is a
Talking About Our Collaboration!
Over at the Tor.com Tube of You channel, Lisa and I talk about collaboration, specifically on Midnight and Moonshine.
And talk and talk and talk!
Bitterwood Bible paperback!
The paperback edition of the World Fantasy Award-winning The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings is now available!
Head over to Tartarus Press to purchase this lovely thing with illustrations by Kathleen Jennings, an Introduction by Stephen Jones, and an Afterword by