Monthly Archives: December 2018

Best British Horror 2019

Johnny Mains has released the table of contents for Best British Horror 2019, to be published by NewCon Press next year.

I am VERY honoured by be featured alongside some stellar talent. My thanks to Johnny Mains and also to Mark Morris, who published “Maw” in New Fears 2.

CAVE VENUS ET STELLA – ANNA VAUGHT
WORMCASTS – Thana Niveau
THEY TELL ME – Carly Holmes
DISAGREEABLY HITCHED – Gary Fry
PACK YOUR COAT – Aliya Whiteley
VOICES IN THE NIGHT – Lisa Tuttle
THE FULLNESS OF HER BELLY – Cate Gardner
MAW – Priya Sharma
TEUFELSBERG – Madhvi Ramani
THE OTHER TIGER – Helen Marshall
SENTINEL – Catriona Ward
THE WORM – Samantha Lee
THE ADJOINING ROOM – AK Benedict
THE GOLDEN HOUR – Rosanne Rabinowitz
THE PERFECT DAY TO BE AT SEA – Kayleigh Marie Edwards
THE HARDER IT GETS THE SOFTER WE SING – Steven J. Dines
THE DEMON L – Carly Holmes
BY SEVERN’S FLOOD – Jane Jakeman
FISH HOOKS – Kit Power
OLD TRASH – Jenn Ashworth
BOBBO – Robert Shearman

 

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Locus Review by Paula Guran

Paula Guran’s review of my collection, “All the Fabulous Beasts”, is now up on the Locus website.

Read the whole thing here.

Despite frequent appearances in “year’s best” compilations and on Locus Rec­ommended Reading Lists, as well as a British Fantasy Award for Short Fiction, Priya Sharma may not yet have come to your attention. This award-worthy debut collection from Sharma, a practicing medical doctor in England, could change that. Sharma’s stories often feature families or the sea, but range widely in era, tone, locale, and dramatis personae. Two original and 13 reprint stories – all but one published in the last eight years – go a long way in showing why readers should take note of this true storyteller who invariably writes from her heart.

-Paula Guran

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Best of the Year for Vector by Nina Allan

I am absolutely delighted to get an honourable for “All the Fabulous Beasts” in Nina Allan’s round-up for Best of the Year in her blog post for Vector. Her list includes amazing writers like Simon Ings, Tade Thompson, Jac Jemc, Catriona Ward and Marian Womack.

https://vector-bsfa.com/2018/12/01/best-of-the-year-2018/

Vector is the critical journal of the British Science Fiction Association, publishing articles and features on genre fiction across the world, with some focus on UK science fiction.

Nina Allan’s Best of 2018

 

Nina Allan’s Honouble Mentions 2018

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