Tag Archives: the tallow-wife and other tales
The wonderful Kathleen Jennings has created these glorious bookplates for me – tiny little hind-girls from my Sourdough world. Read more…
The Bone Lantern
The Bone Lantern novella is now available to order on the PS Publishing website. Go here!
When a strange creature approaches Selke’s campfire, intent on filling its stomach with who knows what (or whom), Selke disarms it with her own meal and
I’m delighted to say that the shortlists for the Aurealis Awards were announced today and as well as seeing a lot of excellent friends on the list I also found that All the Murmuring Bones is a finalist for Best Fantasy Novel, and The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales for Best Collection.
And The Tallow-Wife is also a finalist for the
Interview – Narrative Species
Over at Narrative Species I had a chat with the delightful Rick Kleffel about the Sourdough world and my stories set there … You can listen here if you’re so inclined.Read more…
The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales – paperback
Happy to advise that The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales is now available as a paperback.
The limited edition hardcover version has sold out – but can be found with a few sellers if you seek it out.
The paperback still has Kathleen Jennings’s
Here at last! The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales
So much joy from this morning’s bookmail! The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales is finally here! When I say “finally” I don’t mean the fact it was published last week and is in my hot little paws this week, I mean
Preorder: The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales
Yes! At long last (my fault entirely) The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales is available for preorder from Tartarus Press. The words are by me, the art by Kathleen Jennings and the very lovely introduction by Helen Marshall.
This is the
So, in the lead up to the release of The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales (Tartarus Press) this month (fingers crossed) and All the Murmuring Bones (Titan Books) next month, here is a little Sourdough world origin story, beautifully
Starred Review: All the Murmuring Bones
Over at Publishers Weekly, All the Murmuring Bones gets this gorgeous starred review!
All the Murmuring Bones
A.G. Slatter. Titan, $15.95 trade paper (368p) ISBN 978-1-78909-434-3
Set in a fantasy world reminiscent of 19th-century
2020 Roundup – or “What the Hell Happened??”
What the hell was that? Well, it certainly put a crimp in things to say the least – no travel, no face-to-face teaching, projects delayed (including a super-exciting one that I still can’t announce), work drying up