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The wonderful Kathleen Jennings has created these glorious bookplates for me – tiny little hind-girls from my Sourdough world. Read more…
Podcast – Flight
The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales – paperback
Happy to advise that The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales is now available as a paperback.
The limited edition hardcover version has sold out – but can be found with a few sellers if you seek it out.
The paperback still has Kathleen Jennings’s
Flight at last!
At last! Flight is a real book and in my grabby hands. Big thanks to Kathleen Jennings for her beautiful artwork and to PS Publishing for this glorious end product!
It can be ordered here.
And so, Flight will be a real thing at last! All of the thank yous to PS Publishing for making this possible. My words and the arting of the inimitable Kathleen Jennings.
You can pre-order here – either the limited edition signed
Limited Edition of All the Murmuring Bones
The lovely limited edition of All the Murmuring Bones is now available from the wonderful Tartarus Press. There are only 300 copies of these, so when this edition’s gone, it’s gone. (There are, of course, the gorgeous paperbacks from Titan
Diary of a Ditch Witch
This is my favourite new discovery: Diary of a Ditch Witch with Tara Tine.
Irish myth and legend, witchcraft and curses.
Language warning for those with delicate ears – but it’s fecking brilliant.
Listening to it while I’m percolating new stories
Preorder: The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales
Yes! At long last (my fault entirely) The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales is available for preorder from Tartarus Press. The words are by me, the art by Kathleen Jennings and the very lovely introduction by Helen Marshall.
This is the
The Bone Lantern
So a couple of years ago, artist Lorena Carrington and I met at the Bendigo Writers’ Festival. We got on well, I sent her some books and she sent me some glorious art. One of those pieces of art was called
The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales
An extract from the Afterword:
This book has taken a long time to write.
I began it at the end of 2013, after The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings had been sent off to Tartarus Press. I was fortunate enough to be awarded a