Art by Kathleen Jennings as always, from Flight.
Over Halloween I had a chat with the delightful and delovely Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera, the Ladies of the Fright! About witches (or my “witch work”). Me, sounding very Australian – in the background
There’s a new cover for HEX LIFE: Wicked New Tales of Witchery
Edited by Christopher Golden & Rachel Autumn Deering.
But it still contains stories by:
I’m delighted to see that Vigil has made the list of finalists for the 2017 Locus Awards! Great to see so many friends with wonderful books there too!
The Reader, Traci Chee (Putnam)
Waypoint Kangaroo, Curtis Chen (Dunne)
Yes, as per the heading, my first ever US collection A Feast of Sorrows: Stories is available for pre-order.
While it’s mostly a reprint collection of fairy tales and Sourdough/Bitterwood world stories, the important thing to note is that the
C. S. E. Cooney (A.K.A. The Glorious Claire) is the author of Bone Swans: Stories (Mythic Delirium 2015), the title story of which was nominated for the 2015 Nebula Award. Her novella The Two Paupers, the second installment of her Dark Breakers series, will shortly be appearing in Rich Horton’s Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2016. She is
A Feast of Sorrows: Stories is a new collection from Prime Books, containing twelve reprints and two brand new novellas. The lovely Theodora Goss has agreed to write the Introduction. And it will contain the first
It’s official! My collection A Feast of Sorrow: Stories will be published by Prime Books this coming October! Thanks to Sean Wallace and Paula Guran for saying ‘yes’, and to Theodora Goss for agreeing to write the Introduction!
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I’m so delighted to have a piece of writing in this gorgeous Bestiary that accompanies Viktor Koen’s amazing mixed media photography.
Ellen Datlow pulled together all the writers for this, including Pat Cadigan, Sonya Taaffe, Kaaron Warren,
And as a bonus, here are the story openings from Once Upon A Time: New Fairy Tales:
‘In an empire at the wide sea’s boundaries, where the clouds were the colour of alabaster and mother-of-pearl, and the