Monthly Archives: February 2018

Weird Fiction Review

Thanks to the good people at Weird Fiction Review who have interviewed me as part of the 9th annual Women in Horror month. They’ve also reprinted “The Nature of Bees”, a story that originally appeared in Issue 38 of Albedo One and that is included in my collection “All the Fabulous Beasts” from Undertow Publications.




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2018 Undertow Subscription

Undertow Subscription 2018
Undertow Publications is offering a 2018 subscription,  consisting of three books:
“All the Fabulous Beasts,” by Priya Sharma (April 2018)
“Nothing is Everything,” by Simon Strantzas (October 2018)
“Year’s Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 5,” edited by Robert Shearman & Michael Kelly (October 2018)
The Trade subscription is just U.S. $60. The Hardcover subscription is U.S. $90. (These prices include worldwide shipping).
All the Fabulous Beasts Hardback CoverAll the Fabulous Beasts
If you just want to buy a copy of “All the Fabulous Beasts”, you can get it as a hardback here and trade paperback here.
Thank you! x
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Hellnotes Interview

All the Fabulous Beasts

Thanks to Gordon B. White, who has interviewed me as part of his Deep Cuts series for Hellnotes. His thoughtful questions focus on “Fabulous Beasts”. (N.B. Contains spoilers).




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Locus Recommended Reading List 2017

Locus’ annual Recommended Reading List in now out for 2017.

The list contains stalwarts like Caitlín R. Kiernan, Charles Stross, M. John Harrison, Angela Slatter, Yoon Ha Lee, Aliette de Bodard, Nina Allan, Adam Nevill, Joe Hill, Sarah Pinsborough, Philip Pullman, Jeff VanderMeer and Elizabeth Bear.

It’s terrific to see work on there by Kelly Robson, JY Yang, Victor LaValle, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Usman T. Malik and Carole Johnstone. (As an aside, check out Issue 60 of Black Static, which contains her novella “Skyshine”- I will be disappointed if it doesn’t make shortlists next year).

I love that the  Locus list also includes Sarah Hall’s “Madame Zero”- one on my favourites of last year. Jeffrey Alan Love is also on the list for his illustrations of “Norse Myths: Tales of Odin, Thor, and Loki” by Kevin Crossley Holland. I think he’s a terrific talent.

I am very grateful to have two stories in the list. “Mercury” (my story from “Mad Hatters and March Hares”) and “The Crow Palace” from “Black Feathers”- an anthology of avian-themed horror edited by Ellen Datlow, which also made the Original Anthology category.

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