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Momentous occasion: my first mention in Kirkus Review!
Especially delightful as this story appears in the wonderful Marie O’Regan’s new Titan anthology, Phantoms.
Phantoms edited by Marie O’Regan is an anthology of (mostly) new ghost stories from the likes of M.R. Carey, Gemma Files,
Very excited to be going over the proofs for this next anthology from Titan Books, Phantoms, edited by the wonderful Marie O’Regan. Four reprints and fourteen originals, including my “When We Fall, We Forget”.
When We Fall, We Forget – Angela
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!
Alison Littlewood’s latest novel is The Hidden People, set in Victorian rural society, and is about the murder of a young girl suspected of being a fairy changeling. Her other books include A Cold Season, a Richard and Judy Book
Thank you, Nicky Strickland for sending me this. This is the culmination of twelve years of effort. Admittedly, I/Vigil feel like Alex the Lion from Madagascar tying to fit in with the locals on the veldt, but I’ll try
I figure I’d better write this now while I still have some memory of the events of the trip! First and foremost, I was a plague rat for most of my time in the UK, and the consensus from friends is
AN elderly Chinese woman has shocked friends and family by growing a devil-like HORN from the top of her head.
The strange growth began appearing on 101-year-old Zhang Ruifang’s forehead last year.
Since then it has reached more than two inches long — and a matching horn looks to be appearing on the other side.
Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2884782/Chinese-woman-grows-devil-horns.html#ixzz0hp7hrvOW