Tag Archives: The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales
Facebook has just reminded me that today’s the anniversary of The Girl With No Hands and Other Tales!
To the left is Russell B. Farr of Ticonderoga
Ooops! Forgot about this in all the hustle and bustle of BWF preparation!
I’m giving away a hardcover, limited edition copy of my Aurealis Award winning collection The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales!
Go here and do the clicky thing.
These arrived today from RedBubble. Thanks for organising them, Kathleen Jennings!
Teodor Reljic reviews Home and Hearth most kindly:
As evidenced in her collection THE GIRL WITH NO HANDS – in which Slatter adapts and re-imagines various folk and fairy tales – the author is excellent at creating tightly-woven conceits that unspool with tension
Over at his Alternative Typewriter, Haralambi Markov takes his scalpel to “Red Skein”, my version of Little Red Riding Hood from The Girl With No Hands and Other Tales.
Over at The Alternative Typewriter, Harry Markov continues his dissection of The Girl With No Hands and Other Tales. Today he looks at “The Jacaranda Wife”, which originally appeared in Jack Dann’s Dreaming Again anthology.
Let’s do this. Friday has arrived and