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Absolutely delighted to learn that I won the Australian Shadows Award for Best Collected Work this evening! The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories got a gong. Thanks so much to PS Publishing for making
The Australian Shadows Awards shortlist for works published in 2020 has been released!
I’m delighted to say that The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories (PS Publishing) and Red New Day & Other Microfictions (Brain Jar Press) are both finalists for Best
The Aurealis Awards Shortlists for work published in 2020 is out and I’m delighted to see that my collection The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners is on the shortlist for Best Collection. I’m in the best company possible with friends! Juliet Marillier, Cat
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Here’s a lovely review from Carina Bissett of this year’s collection The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories.
The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners & Other Stories by Angela Slatter (PS Publishing, March 2020)
I’m very happy to announce that Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales – initially released as a 200 copy limited edition hardcover by the wonderful PS Publishing – is going to be a paperback and ebook from the
Or at least one copy has landed in Oz: this one belongs to a friend!
So hopefully others will be arriving soon – including mine!
Very excited to get this glorious thing with Daniele Serra’s artwork!
The wonderful Paula Guran has very kindly reviewed The Heart is A Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories for the May 2020 issue of Locus. This is my birthday month, so it’s wonderful to find words such as these in the Year
1. What do new readers need to know about Kaaron Warren?
I’m afraid of the dark, large crowds, mold spores, confined spaces, violence, unpredictability, loss, viciousness, a lack of kindness. I’m afraid of the world my children will have to live with.
Lovely to see that my new collection, The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners and Other Stories is getting some good press around the place!
Paula Guran has reviewed it for Locus: “Angela Slatter’s writing is elegant, eloquent, evocative, and exquisitely disturbing”, and