Monthly Archives: May 2018
So excited to have a story in this anthology edited by the wonderful Marie O’Regan!
Phantoms is out from Titan at Halloween, and is available to pre-order!
The Horror, The Horror VII
So, I’ll be teaching this in July along with luminaries Lynda E. Rucker, S.P. Miskowski, and Michael Cisco – Writing Horror Fiction with Substance.
My week will be all about self-editing for writers, how to get your work into the
The Tommyknockers are in the house …
… or at least the four bajillion signing sheets Daniele Serra and I need to put our chicken scratches on for the deluxe edition from PS Publishing! This will be my MondRead more…
Aaron Dries: The Sound of His Bones Breaking
And today the delightful and delovely Mr Aaron Dries takes over the blog to chat horror, writing, ugly sweaters, and The Sound of His Bones Breaking.
1. What do new readers need to know about Mr Aaron Dries?
I’ve got a love for ugly jumpers. Consider
Happy birthday to me!
I’m a day late, sure, but the wonderful Jo Fletcher Books were not when these babies arrived on my doorstep yesterday – perfectly timed for my birthday.
Corpselight in paperback form with a brand new, never published anywhere before story, “Swan Girls” in the back …
Guest Post: Alan Baxter – When Good Noir Goes Darker
Today, author Alan Baxter is taking over the blog!
Huge thanks to Angela for hosting me today.
With the recent release of my novel, Hidden City, I’ve done a lot of thinking about genre. I’m unashamedly a genre writer,
Peeps! The Corpselight paperback is out on May 17! The day *after* my birthday, so it’s almost like my birthday!
So, if you require the paperback size to match the Vigil on your shelf (those who care about such things), then now is
AWC: Creative Writing Stage 1
My fellow Brisneylanders,
I’ll be teaching a weekend workshop for the Australian Writers’ Centre in Brisbane on 12-13 May.
It’s Creative Writing Stage 1 and for bookings and further info, go here!
There are a couple of spots left.