The lovely Alyx Dellamonica gives good review! Over at Tor.com she gives my first US collection, A Feast of Sorrows: Stories a thorough going-over (in a good way)!
Magical Banquet in a Minor Key: Angela Slatter’s A Feast of Sorrows
Lisa & I with our Ditmars, mine is backwards because: Angela
Over Easter weekend we attended Contact2016 in Brisneyland and it was one of the cons Ive enjoyed most in my life as a writer. It was great fun to catch up with old
Helen Marshall is the author of the British Fantasy award-winning Hair Side, Flesh Side (which is indeed brilliant), Gifts for the One Who Comes After and The Sex Lives of Monsters, as well as many short stories scattered lovingly across
In today’s mail, Rob Shearman’s wonderfully dark and disturbing new collection, Remember Why You Fear Me.
An excellent offering from the lovely folk at Chizine, and with an Introduction by Mr Stephen Jones.
Par Kathleen Jennings
We love writer, director and playwright Robert Shearman – we don’t even have to kidnap him. He travels quite willing to the country of interview and stays for tea and cupcakes. It’s such a
Lisa Hannett survived Clarion South in 2009 (inspite of my cooking), and in the eighteen months or so since she’s published stories in (but not restricted to) Clarkesworld, Fantasy Magazine, Chizine, Weird Tales, ONSPEC, Midnight Echo, Scary Kisses, and Ann and Jeff VanderMeer’s Steampunk Compendium. She is also working on
The wonderful Lisa L Hannett has a story up over at the deliciously dark Chizine.
I saw early drafts of Their Own Executioners and it’s so coooooool to see it out in the world now it’s all grown up.
‘It’s not so bad there, most of the time.’ Fog wafted