Monthly Archives: February 2015
Just a little note for some perspective during awards season.
While I’m utterly delighted and very humbled to be nominated for this year’s Aurealis Awards,
The shortlists for the Aurealis Awards are out and there are some wonderful works nominated.
I’m truly grateful and humble to have six noms this year.
“St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls” and “The Badger Bride” are up for Best Fantasy Short Story along with great
Another beautiful volume in the Australian Best Of series from Ticonderoga Publications, edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene.
The new anthology from Ellen Datlow is The Monstrous, out from Tachyon Publications in October.
The cover by Reiko Murakami is amazing.
The delightful Ellen Datlow has released the ToC for The Best Horror of the Year Volume 7, and I’m stoked to have a story in it. In fact, it’s a record year for new faces: Rio Youers, Keris McDonald, Rhoads Brazos, Kurt
In “The Burnt Moon” I wanted show a bit of the history of the ex-Abbot Adelbert (when he was still Abbot of St-Simeon-in-the-Grove) and of Larcwide the Librarian. I wanted to give readers more information about Gytha and her mother than Gytha
April is creeping towards us, so this is just a reminder that I’m running a Short Story Clinic for Queensland Writers Centre this year. Got a friend or family member with writing dreams and a birthday coming up? Or just writing dreams? Or you