Monthly Archives: February 2016
Go, buy your ticket now. Come to Brisneyland, where the heat probably won’t kill you (although it will try), but it’s okay because we’ll be in the airconditioned Hotel Jen!
Watching Ben Aaronovitch, Keri Arthur, Maria Lewis and other people of awesomeness talk about the
Women in Horror
Simon Dewar has been running a great series of interviews with women in horror for Women in Horror Month (surprise, surprise!).
Today, Lisa and I get the treatment.
Check his site for interviews with luminaries such as Ellen
The Writer and the Critic goes Patreon …
… which basically means you can pay Mondy to sing a song every podcast.
You know you want it. Go here, give money.
One of my fave podcasts, run by the award-winning and
The Aurealis Awards shortlists have been announced. Happy to note that “Ripper” and “Of Sorrow and Such” are both finalists (for Horror novella and Fantasy novella respectively). Sad to see the Horror Novel category apparently continues to be problematic. Not sure why. Happy to
Kickstarter: The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy & Horror #6
For the last five years, Ticonderoga Publications has produced a most excellent tome, The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy & Horror, an annual compendium of some of the finest short stories in Oz.
For #6, they could use a little help, so
Horrorology: Robert Shearman
Remember back last year when I ran a series of interviews with the contributors to the latest Stephen Jones-Jo Fletcher Books Item of Magnificence, Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear?
Of course you do. You pay attention and that’s one of the things I like most
Working on Corpselight
I’m working on Corpselight, the sequel to Vigil (out in July this year!), right now. All in the interests of making my hand-in deadline and not having to tell my beloved publisher than a dog ate my homework.
Sometimes you use
Black-Winged Angels as an eBook
And my Aurealis Award shortlisted collection, Black-Winged Angels, is now an eBook and can be purchased here. It has a lovely Introduction by the lovely Juliet Marillier, and a gorgeous cover by the gorgeous Kathleen Jennings
For the writers amongst you …
… here’s a really interesting and useful post on whether or not you do, or should, write every day. Thanks to A.M. Rycroft for this one.