Yes, the cover of my new novella THE MURDERS OF MOLLY SOUTHBOURNE is here!
You can find out what it’s about, and a metric ton of blurbage on the publisher’s page at Tor.com
“The Murders of Molly Southbourne reaches deep into the heart of existence and drags our fears into the sunlight. An excellent, terrifying read.” —Fran Wilde, award-winning author of Updraft, Cloudbound, and Horizon
Pre-order on Amazon: US , UK , Canada, France
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Wow, a starred review of ROSEWATER from Publisher’s Weekly.
“[A] compellingly strange yet accessible setting, with an underlying mystery to drive the fast-paced narrative.”
Read the rest here
Review of my Apex Magazine short story Child, Funeral, Thief, Death:
“this character playing a game and finding little fulfillment in it but playing anyway, because the alternatives are equally unsatisfying and, whatever happens, he has his sensitivity to fall back on. An interesting story, with a strong tragedy and a lingering power.”
Read the rest at Quick Sip Reviews.
My novel MAKING WOLF is out on the 21st of September, 2015.
I joined a bunch of other novelists to talk about writing, history, culture and offending Western sensibilities at Booksmugglers.
Also, don’t forget to check out my story ‘Child, Funeral, Thief, Death’ over at Apex magazine.
And leave a comment! Writers like it when you do that 🙂
My story ‘Child, Funeral, Thief, Death’ is out today in issue 76 of Apex Magazine.
This sort-of coming-of-age story, sort of exploration of morality (or the lack thereof) was the inspiration for my (as yet unpublished) novel ‘Rosewater’.
If you like it, leave a comment. Writers like it when you do that 🙂
First, Nosferatu in India Ink. This is an old painting, but I still like it, so I’m adding it here apropos of nothing.
Count Orlok as played by Max Schreck in ‘Nosferatu’
Next, another review and recommendation of my story The Monkey H0use:
It’s qualified, but any paragraph that mentions me and Ligotti in the same sentence…I’ll take it as praise, thank you very much.
My friend Zen Cho has a story up at Kaleidotrope called ‘Monkey King, Faerie Queen’
No, we did not coordinate. Just one of those coincidences.