More Norwegians. This is from Highasakite.
Scott Nicolay interviews Michael Kelly and Kathe Koja for Episode 34 of The Outer Dark. The full interview is here: http://www.projectiradio.com/michael-kelly-and-kathe-koja-the-outer-dark-episode-34-march-15-2016/
Michael Kelly is the Series Editor for the Year’s Best Weird Fiction, and a World Fantasy Award, Shirley Jackson Award, and British Fantasy Award Nominee. Head over to Undertow Publications to find out more. Below are covers to his beautiful books.
Kathe Koja is an acclaimed author who has won the Bram Stoker Award, the Locus Award and has been nominated for the Philip K Dick Award. She edited Year’s Best Weird Fiction Volume 2 with Michael Kelly.
Many thanks to them for mentioning me as one of their recommended authors (1hr 40mins in).
This version is by Aurora Aksnes, a Norwegian singer-songwriter.
I am very pleased to be included in Black Feathers, an anthology by Ellen Datlow due to be released in 2017 by Pegasus Books.
Table of Contents
O Terrible Bird by Sandra Kasturi
The Obscure Bird by Nicholas Royle (reprint)
The Mathematical Inevitability of Corvids by Seanan McGuire
Something About Birds by Paul Tremblay
Great Blue Heron by Joyce Carol Oates
The Season of the Raptors by Richard Bowes
The Orphan Bird by Alison Littlewood
The Murmurations of Vienna Von Drome by Jeffrey Ford
Blyth’s Secret by Mike O’Driscoll
The Fortune of Sparrows by Usman T. Malik
Pigeon from Hell by Stephen Graham Jones
The Secret of Flight by A.C. Wise
Isobel Avens Returns to Stepney in the Spring by M. John Harrison (reprint)
A Little Bird Told Me by Pat Cadigan
The Acid Test by Livia Llewellyn
The Crow Palace by Priya Sharma
Mancunicon, the 67th British National Science Fiction Convention, is approaching. It will be held over Easter weekend (25th-28th March 2016) at the Hilton Deansgate, Manchester. Guests of Honour include Aliette de Bodard, David L Clements, Ian McDonald and Sarah Pinborough.
Having never been on a panel before, I’m more than nervous about taking part in a discussion of Sumptuously Gothic on Sunday 27th, 7-8pm, Room 6, Hilton Deansgate.
The look and feel of gothic art and imagery in and out of the movies, from the work of Tim Burton to Penny Dreadful and the recent Crimson Peak, gothic art adds a new, old dimension to the production designers palette. This panel of artists, fans and authors discuss the phenomena, what makes it so velvety and rich and how it influences and manifests in their work.
Fellow panellist include artists Victoria Anne Stokes, Anne Sudworth, Christopher Baker (who also produces work under the pseudonym Fangorn) and fellow writer Susan Boulton. Meg Frank will be moderating.
Please come and say hello- I’d love to meet you.