Tag Archive: short stories

Dec 03



I’ve been in book-land for the past few weeks and terribly lax in my updating. So here goes: A lovely review of Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear over at A Fantastical Librarian. Not only am I thrilled that she enjoyed ‘The Bone Chime Song’ but this bit made me go ‘eep’: When I was approached …

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Oct 13

A few things happened while I was away


So, I’ve been in Japan. It was wonderful brilliant epic beautiful and fantastic fun. There will be photos. Soon. But a few things happened while I was away! Like, From Stage Door Shadows was launched. It was very exciting to come home to my very own copy (although Navi doesn’t look very excited about it…) …

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Sep 03

From Stage Door Shadows!


I’m very excited to be a part of this anthology! Because it has such a kick-arse cover, the concept is so interesting, I get to share the TOC with so many wonderful writers, and eMergent Publishing rock. That simple. They rock.   Twenty-six authors trade Tiny Dancer’s California-blessed lyrics for the shadowed recesses of stages …

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Jul 22

Light Touch Paper – Sydney book launch/lunch!

YOU’RE INVITED to The SYDNEY LAUNCH of LIGHT TOUCH PAPER – STAND CLEAR A new speculative fiction anthology already getting good reviews! To celebrate the arrival of the new spec-fic anthology, Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear, edited by Edwina Harvey and Simon Petrie and featuring short stories from Joanne Anderton (award-winning author of Debris) Adam …

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Jul 10

Guest Post: Rabia Gale on fracturing fairy tales


I’m VERY excited to have Rabia Gale visiting today. Rabia’s a fantastic writer, and I’ve been lucky to know her as a friend and writing buddy for… um… well it’d be a few years now. Rabia, hon, how long have we been doing this? Anyway, to celebrate the release of her short story collections Shattered: …

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