Freebies for review

In the spirit of this recent slew of reviews for Aussie horror, I’m offering free e-books (PDFs) of my work to anyone interested in writing a review. The freebies (your choice of one or both): Shards (flash fiction collection, illustrated by Andrew J. McKiernan, currently on the Bram Stoker Award preliminary ballot). Phoenix and the […]

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Phoenix’s first review

Some of my small press associates have been talking about awards already, what with the Aurealis Awards just dusted and the Australian-hosted Hugos coming soonish. It seems all the talk in the novella category is centred on Peter M. Ball’s Horn and Paul Haines’ Wives, which is fair enough, because they’re both fine stories, each […]

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Phoenix rises!

It’s official – my post-apocalyptic Australian dark fantasy novella Phoenix and the Darkness of Wolves has been launched and is now available for purchase as an e-book from Damnation Books. Quite simply, it’s the best thing I’ve written to date. Here’s what others have said of the novella thus far: “Robert E. Howard meets Cormac […]

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ScaryMinds interview

The ever industrious Jeff Ritchie has posted an in-depth interview with me on ScaryMinds. If you’re even vaguely interesting in my writing or various Brimstone Press projects, it’s worth dropping by. The interview is here. While you’re there, be sure to check out the feature Jeff published on flash fiction (which also includes some comments […]

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Phoenix and the Darkness of Wolves

Chalk up one more for the good news column: my novella Phoenix and the Darkness of Wolves has been sold to US independent press Damnation Books. The novella will sell as a standalone e-book and trade paperback in early 2010. What’s it about, you ask? Think of it as an Australian version of Stephen King’s […]

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