Thanks to Lou Pendergrast of More2Read for interviewing me about my collection, “All the Fabulous Beasts” and soon-to-be-released novella, “Ormeshadow”, as well as Toni Morrison, Angela Carter, and my favourite small presses.
You can read it here.
Andy Cox has kindly included me the lastest issue of Black Static with a review of the collection and an interview, both by Peter Tennant.
“The May-June issue contains new horror fiction by Steven J. Dines (novella), Kristi DeMeester, J.S. Breukelaar, Matt Thompson, and Nicholas Kaufmann. The cover art is by Richard Wagner, and interior illustrations are by Ben Baldwin, Vincent Sammy, and Richard Wagner. Regular features include Into the Woods by Ralph Robert Moore, Notes from the Borderland by Lynda E. Rucker, Case Notes by Peter Tennant (book reviews, including an in-depth interview with Priya Sharma), Blood Spectrum by Gary Couzens (film reviews).”
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.
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).
Alyx Dellamonica is well established as an author with novels such as Indigo Springs. Her short fiction can be found in quality venues like Beneath Ceaseless Skies and on Tor.com.
Alyx has asked some of the contributors if they’d be interested in talking a little about the ideas behind their stories and about the idea of lesbian-themed genre fiction in a series of interviews called What We Inherited.
I was tremendously pleased to be included in the anthology with Fabulous Beasts and today it’s my turn- my answers to Alyx’s questions can be read here.