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The Dark – first issue, first review
Well, the first review of the first issue of The Dark, featuring stories by Nnedi Okorafor, Rachel Swirsky, Lisa Hannett and myself, is out.
A. J. Sikes has some lovely things to say, including this about “By My Voice I Shall Be Known”:
So, back in 2008 the inimitable Dirk Flinthart edited a tome called Canterbury 2100, which essentially walked in the footsteps of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, only with more science fictiony bits and better, more comfortable shoes.
The blurb? So pleased you asked:
I’ve returned from a wonderful weekend in Sydney. Having lived there for four years at one point it was a bit weird to find that this time I felt like a foreigner there. Don’t know why – I
Cover reveal – One Small Step
Behold, Amanda Rainey’s cover for FableCroft’s One Small Step anthology!
The Table of Contents has an awesome addition: Cat Sparks and her tale, “Daughters of Battendown” join the cast!
“Sand and Seawater” by Joanne Anderton & Rabia Gale
“Indigo Gold” by
Speculative Fiction Festival 2013
And the program for the New South Wales Writers Centre Speculative Fiction Festival 2013 has just been released. An awesome line-up including Kate Forsyth, Juliet Marillier, Pamela Freeman, Kim Wilkins, Melina Marchetta, and Garth Nix.
It’s on Saturday 16 March; details
Over at Thirteen O’Clock …
… is a lovely review by Alan Baxter of our Midnight and Moonshine.
Angela Slatter and Lisa L Hannett have become well known for their collaborative short fiction work. Last year they won an Aurealis Award for it. They’ve
You should go to …
… Clarkesworld and read “Sweet Subtleties” by Lisa Hannett, for it is awesome and awful and wondrous and wrong and delicious.
Javier calls me Una, though I’m not the first. There are leftovers all around his studio. Evidence of
Out in the Wild
Yes! Midnight and Moonshine is being delivered all over the country (or, y’know, in bits of it). First two reports of arrivals are in from Melbourne.
What we (Lisa and I) would love to see are photos of folks
Talkfest at The Writer and the Critic
Yes, ’twas the night before Continuum 8 and the Writer and the Critic team of Kirstyn McDermott and
World Fantasy noms are out today and I cannot contain my delight to note that Lisa L. Hannett’s debut collection Bluegrass Symphony is on the shortlist for Best Collection.
Equally delightful is the news thatRead more…