Today’s blog guest is Paul Michael Anderson, talking about “Wants and Needs”.
1. What was the inspiration for your SiD2 story?
Honestly? A house I’d looked at with my wife when we were looking to buy about four years ago. It was this loft-style
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
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 the Review of Australian Fiction, Angie Rega and I have stories in the latest issue!
Mine is “The Little Mermaid, in Passing” (which took some inspiration from Mike Mignola’s “The Third Wish” and Damien Angelica Walters’ “Sing Me
Yes, it’s that time of year again when I struggle with whether I spell “honourable” in the fashion of my ancestors or like an American. Yet again, my ancestors have won.
But I’m delighted and honoured to have made Ellen Datlow’s HM
Cover for the next The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2016 from Paula Guran and Prime!
My novella “Ripper” is getting another outing, so huzzah!
Look at that ToC and pre-order here.
Alphabetical by Author Last Name:
“The Door” by Kelley Armstrong (Led Astray: The Best of Kelley Armstrong, Tachyon)
“Snow” by Dale Bailey (Nightmare,
Woohoo! The new Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2016!
Made the cover on this one! And look at that ToC – another cracking volume from Paula Guran and Prime Books.
I love that “Ripper” is getting another outing – it’s one Kathleen Jennings
Angela Slatter (Photo by David Pollitt, June 2010)
Angela Slatter is … well, me. Here I ramble on about my Horrorology novella, “Ripper”.
What was the inspiration for your Horrorology tale “Ripper”?
Well, it had a bit of a convoluted beginning: I was
Over at Layers of Thought, the very talented Damien Angelica Walters talks about one of my favourite topics: short fiction.
I keep reading that short fiction is making a comeback. To that I say, did it ever go away? Looking at
Damien Angelica Walters’ short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in various anthologies and magazines, including The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2015, Year’s Best Weird Fiction Volume One, Cassilda’s Song, Nightmare, Strange Horizons, and Apex. “The Floating Girls: A Documentary,”