At any one time, I have several mentees and I’m very proud of them all, but recently three of them have had some great stories published, so here’s a little spotlight. They’re all writing in different genres, so there’s a range to choose from. Enjoy!
Having spent yesterday excavating my desk for the purposes of organisation (resulting in a list of 32 items to do, 8 of which I managed to cross off yesterday eve), I’ve spent the morning crossing 3 more off said list and procrastinating
The Locus 2017 Recommended Reading List is out!
I’m thoroughly delighted to see so many friends on the list – and even more delighted to see that Corpselight made the list too!
As did Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales from
And here it is,the latest Review of Australian Fiction, with stories from yours truly and Mr Dennan Chew.
By Angela Slatter
‘How far down, missus?’
The woman’s staring not at the hole in the wet ground, nor at the tall bearded man who’s
Over at the Review of Australian Fiction, Angie Rega and I have stories in the latest issue!
Mine is “The Little Mermaid, in Passing” (which took some inspiration from Mike Mignola’s “The Third Wish” and Damien Angelica Walters’ “Sing Me
Art by Kathleen Jennings
The lovely folk at Tor.com have reprinted my Aurealis Award winning fantasy story “St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls” in its entirety. And with all of Kathleen’s lovely illustrations.
“St Dymphna’s” first appeared in the Read more…
Today is a good day! The latest issue of The Review of Australian Fiction is out.
It contains Linda Brucesmith’s elegant and haunting “Pale Street” – she is an up and coming author and she is very, very good.
It also contains my