Tag Archives: horror
I’m really pleased my first story sale of the year is to the CSFG for their upcoming anthology, A Hand of Knaves. The theme is so much fun! The central premise, as explained by CSFG in their submission call is: “Rogues, thieves, pirates … Continue reading
So, Happy Hallowe’en everyone! A fitting day to announce the book birth of Killing it Softly 2: The Best by Women in Horror. Hot on the heels of last years highly acclaimed ‘Killing it Softly’ anthology, Digital Fiction present the … Continue reading
I was recently interviewed by Selene MacLeod for Horror Tree, a wonderful resource for authors that provides a wealth of writing advice and industry news. I’ve been subscribing to their weekly newsletter for years, and love getting the latest submission calls … Continue reading
When OzHorror’s Steve Dillon put the submission call out recently for a new Halloween themed magazine, ‘Trickster’s Treats,’ how could I resist? Everyone knows I love horror as much as I love the challenge of flash fiction, so with only … Continue reading
Hell’s Bells, stories of festive fear penned by members of the Australian Horror Writers Association went live this week.
The Christmas-inspired ghostly anthology of flash fiction contains forty works from emerging and established Aussie authors, and includes my nasty little tale The Carol Singer at the Back. Continue reading
I was thrilled to have a reprint of my story Coralesque selected for inclusion in ‘Killing it Softly’ The Best by Women in Horror (Volume 1). Released by Digital Fiction Publishing Corp, the anthology contains 31 tales of horror from … Continue reading