Tag Archives: Alan Baxter
You Are Not Your Writing & Other Sage Advice
Oh, hello, my poor neglected blog!
Just popping in to share a lovely review from Reviewers of Oz of my Brain Jar Press chapbook You Are Not Your Writing & Other Sage Advice! This little book is part of
The latest project from Brain Jar Press is the Writer Chaps series, which is now up for pre-order. Season One contains writing advice from myself, Tansy Rayner Roberts, Kaaron Warren, Alan Baxter and Sean Williams. (Do I love
Alan Baxter: The Roo
So, as part of trying to be kinder to my poor neglected blog I’m re-starting the interview series.
First cab off the rank is the inimitable Alan Baxter, who’s recently released a most excellent horror novella in the tradition of Cujo, Razorback and
Suspended in Dusk II: Alan Baxter
Today’s SiD2 guest at the blog is the inimitable Alan Baxter.
1. What was the inspiration for your SiD2 story, “Crying Demon”?
Two things. The first was that I wanted to address some aspects of bullying. I was relentlessly bullied as
Suspended in Dusk II: Karen Runge
Karen Runge is an author and visual artist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her works have appeared in various anthologies and other publications around the world. Her first solo short story collection, ‘Seven Sins’ was published by Concord Free
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,
The shortlist for the Aurealis Awards was released into the wild this morning and I’m delighted to see that “No Good Deed” (New Fears 1, Titan Books) is on the list for Best Horror Novella and “The Little Mermaid, in Passing” (Review of Australian
Suspended in Dusk II
For horror aficionados comes Suspended in Dusk II, edited by Simon Dewar and published by Grey Matter Press.
Oh, and with an Introduction by me.
Coming soon for pre-order here.
Introduction – Angela Slatter
Love is a Cavity I Can’t
Over at Alan Baxter’s Place …
… I answer 5 Big Questions.
Angela Slatter has just had Book 2 of her fantastic Verity Fassbinder Series, Corpselight, published. It’s the sequel to the wildly successful Vigil. I asked Angela 5 big questions about her work.
1. Why did you choose to set your series in Brisbane?
Ticonderoga Publications: New Bookshop
Ticonderoga Publications has opened a new online bookshop!
You’ll find many fine works there, including Lisa L. Hannett’s Bluegrass Symphony, Alan Baxter’s Crow Shine, Ian McHugh’s Angel Dust, Kaaron Warren’s Dead Sea Fruit, and several of my own collections like The Girl with