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I’m absolutely delighted to say that I’ve got a story in this lovely tome, THE BEST OF SHIMMER, coming in 2020.
As “The Little Match Girl” was my first real sale when I started writing, I’m so happy she’s reprinted in this anthology.
Delighted to say that I’ve got a story in this one! Especially delighted as this story was difficult to write and edit, so I’m Most Pleased.
Even more delighted to see fellow Aussies Kaaron Warren and JS Breukelaar also in the ToC with a bunch of other wonderful writers. Thanks, Paula Guran!
Got my paws on a physical copy – my sister’s, alas, so I had to sign it and give it back!
And so I wait (im)patiently by the mailbox, waiting for my author copies to went their way across the sea, schlepped by very tired and overworked carrier pigeons.
A Feast of Sorrows: Stories
Australian speculative fiction author Slatter’s U.S. debut is a compilation of her most notable stories along with several new ones, all of which showcase her incredible talent for enlivening fairy
There are still a few registrations left for GenreCon – they do close on 25 October, however, so if you’ve been wavering might I suggest you get your butt into gear?
Now, let me be clear: this isn’t a ‘con’ in the sense
… and I’m exceedingly pleased to say that mine, Of Sorrow and Such, which returns to the world of Sourdough to check on one of my favourite characters, Patience Sykes, is one of them!
There are also works by KJ Parker, Seanan McGuire, Daniel Polansky,