Monthly Archives: June 2016

Envy of Angels: Matt Wallace

mattWritemeister, Mr Matt Wallace, is the envy of everyone with his Sin du Jour series for All you really need to know is that his writing is freaking hilarious, he’s also a screenwriter, and he once taught Tai Chi to senior citizens.

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Reminder: Vigil giveaway

vigil-cover-200x300Tomorrow is the last day, Oz readers, to enter the Goodreads giveaway of Vigil.

Just saying.

Like, here.

PS: When I’ve got my author copies, America, I’ll do a giveaway just for you!

Vigil Launch is go, go, go!!

vigil-cover-200x300Okay! The Brisbane City Library now has the Vigil launch on their calendar. It’s a free event, but you do need to call and book to attend (yes, even those of you who are related to me). And, go!

Or, for those of you like
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The Assimilated Cuban’s Guide to Quantum Santeria: Carlos Hernandez

Carlos-HernandezThe best way to introduce Carlos Hernandez is to steal (with love, grace, and credit) from Haralambi Markov’s review of his short story collection over at

The Assimilated Cuban’s Guide to Quantum Santeria comes out of nowhere, blindsides you with its witty play on language, and steers you into a realm
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And over at Ventureadlaxre …

vigil-cover-200x300… Vigil scores some big love! The highlights:

(tl;dr version is I LOVED IT, NEED MORE!)

I also really hope that the caramel marshmallow log is real.

The rest is here.

Of Laments, Bluegrass Symphonies, and Deep-Minded Vikings: Lisa L. Hannett

Lisa L HannettLisa L. Hannett has had over 60 short stories appear in venues, including Clarkesworld, Fantasy, Weird Tales, Apex, the Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror, and Imaginarium: Best Canadian Speculative Writing. She has won four Aurealis Awards, including Best Collection for her first book, Bluegrass Symphony, which was also nominated for a World Fantasy Award. Her first
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