Monthly Archives: October 2016
Review of Vigil in The Age
The delightful Rjurik Davidson reviews Vigil in The Melbourne Age (and the Sydney Morning Herald and The Canberra Times).
Vigil review: Angela Slatter creates a seriously weird version of Brisbane
Angela Slatter won the World Fantasy Award for The Bitterwood Bible and
Keira McKenzie: In Sacrifice We Hope
Keira McKenzie resides in the desert lands far to the west across the Tasman ditch. In the city by the sea, she spends her time torn between drawing/painting and writing. She has sold illustrations,
New Review of Vigil
Many thanks to the delightful Maria Haskins for this great review of Vigil!
Angela Slatter’s ‘Vigil’ is a whodunnit wrapped up in a dark, urban fantasy world, and one of the many delightful things about this terrific page-turner of a book, is that
Soooo, one of the secrets I’ve been sitting on this year is the new Hellboy prose anthology, Hellboy: An Assortment of Horror, in which I haz a story.
Very excited about this, and very grateful to Mike Mignola and Chris Golden for
Strange California: Kickstarter
Okay, a kickstarter for your attention: Strange California. Starring Oz’s very own, very talented, Suzanne Willis, as well as Elise Tobler and Spencer Ellsworth among others (equally talented but possibly less Australian). It’s edited by Read more…
Unsung Stories Audio
When I was in the UK in August I was lucky enough to be invited to read at one of the Unsung Stories gigs with awesome talents Malcolm Devlin, Rob Boffard and Elie Lee.
The noise file is now available.
I’m reading a
Over at Tor.com: Five Mosaic Novels You Should Read
Yay, my PhD didn’t entirely go to waste coz I got to write this article for Tor.com!
Five Mosaic Novels You Should Read
A mosaic novel, you say? What’s that when it’s at home?
Appearance at the Wheeler Centre
I’ll be in Melbourne over the weekend teaching on Sunday, and on Monday 24 I’ll be doing a reading from Vigil as part of the Wheeler Centre’s The Next Big Thing.
What if?Untether your imagination as we explore
A.C. Buchanan: And Still the Forests Grow though we are Gone
A.C. Buchanan lives just north of Wellington. They’re the author of Liquid City and Bree’s Dinosaur and their short fiction has most recently been published in the Accessing the Future anthology from FutureFire.net and the Crossed Genres Publications anthology Fierce Family. Because there’s
Review: Of Sorrow and Such
Well, a year since its release and my lovely Ditmar Award winning Tor.com novella, Of Sorrow and Such keeps getting nice reviews. Huzzah! Thanks, Alasdair Stuart.
Mistress Gideon is a witch. The people of Eddas Meadow, the village where she lives, either