Monthly Archives: February 2015
Huzzah! In the mail at last, three years after I originally sold the story! Behold: PS Publishing’s latest Postscripts Anthology, Far Voyager.
An excellent ToC,
I love badgers – yes, I know all the arguments against them, the great list of their sins – but I love them all the same. I’ve also always loved transformation stories, but they’re generally run along the same lines: one
Today, I’m back on Corpselight, the second book in the Verity Fassbinder series. It’s good to be getting into this again!
by Angela Slatter
She took a longish time getting out
My shiny new contributor’s copies of Letters to Lovecraft have arrived! Thanks, Jesse Bullington and Stone Skin Press.
I get to share space with luminaries such as Gemma Files, Jeffrey Ford, Tim Lebbon, Molly Tanzer, Livia Llewellyn, Nick Mamatas, et al.
More more info,
… and I’m exceedingly pleased to say that mine, Of Sorrow and Such, which returns to the world of Sourdough to check on one of my favourite characters, Patience Sykes, is one of them!
There are also works by KJ Parker, Seanan McGuire, Daniel Polansky,
Kathleen Jennings is trying to convince me that our next project together should be done on post-its.
I have said ‘no’ for I am apparently a curmudgeon.
Nevertheless, we’ll be doing my
Baggage is the second story in The Female Factory
How to explain that a really rather nasty story sprang from watching a really adorable documentary?
Angela loves badgers. Angela thinks they’re adorable. Angela might be slightly obsessed with them – to the point where
The Maiden in the Ice
Her boots are stout, the winter ones, with tiny ridges of metal embedded in the soles to clutch at the slippery surface, and she moves quickly with the light cautious step of a fox approaching a henhouse. Her
The lovely Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond have released their latest episode of The Writer and the Critic. You can listen Read more…