Archive for April, 2015

Midnight Echo 11

My issue of Midnight Echo is available now, in PDF, mobi and epub.

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I can’t believe it’s finally here! This magazine has been part of my life for two years now. In that time I’ve read hundreds of short story and poetry submissions and seen the work of dozens of artists.

Much of it was good; some of it was brilliant.

I’m a sucker for brilliance.

This magazine contains the stories and poems I couldn’t forget. The ones I wish I’d written. I love the way they work together. They share some themes, but each voice is startlingly original.

I hope you love it as much as I do.

I want to thank the amazing Cassie Britland. Funny, brilliant, organised, strong, talented. Without her the magazine would not be here, no doubt. You’re a little ripper, Cassie.

You can order it from the website. $2.99!

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Lee Battersby asked me to write a bit about my fetishes, and I did so! I’m not giving any hints here. You’ll have to go look.

The Gate Theory is out in print and it looks gorgeous! I hung out with Geoff Brown, Deb Sheldon and the fellas from IFWG Publishing at Supanova in Melbourne last weekend. Lots of fun was had! I picked up a copy of Rob Hood’s gorgeous new book, Peripheral Visions. I took along five specimen jars filled with…things. Teeth, bones, paint, chicken soup, red dirt and dried mushrooms. The first person to tell me which specimen jar matches which story will win a mystery prize!

Joseph D’Lacey wrote the most delightful review of Walking the Tree. He said it’s a great holiday read! Now that is my kind of holiday.

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