Tag Archives: the weird

Shadows & Tall Trees 7: Manish Melwani

Manish Melwani is a Singaporean writer of science fiction, fantasy and horror. He attended the Clarion Writers’ Workshop in 2014, and currently lives in New York City, where he’s completing a masters thesis in creative writing, history
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Music in the key of weird over at Weird Fiction Review

Alistair Rennie talks about 2000 Tombs and their musical experiments over here.

Music in the key of China Miéville, Rachel Swirsky and others.

Weird Fiction Review Editorial

My first piece for the Weird Fiction Review has gone live and weird.

Editorial: As the Weird Turns by Angela Slatter

When I was a kid (yes,Virginia, dinosaurs walked the earth then), I read Saki’s “Sredni Vashtar” and have regarded garden sheds with an acute
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Weird stuff happens when you’re asleep …

Or rather, The Weird Stuff.

The delightful and slightly (okay, very) Weird Jeff VanderMeer introduces me at the Weird Fiction Review.

Behind the scenes, Angela Slatter has been working as WFR’s managing editor by, among other efforts, answering queries, working with writers on
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Thing of interest

Today’s thing of interest is Gio Clairval’s post over here about participating in the VanderMeer’s latest gigantic project, The Weird.

THE WEIRD: I have participated in one of the largest thematic anthology projects of all time, and
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