Musing on my last post has prompted me to look ahead and Brimstone Press’ 2009 looks to be a promising one. Confirmed projects due for release this year include Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror Volume 3 (delayed from last year), The Last Days of Kali Yuga by Paul Haines, Shards by me, Macabre: A Journey Through Australia’s Darkest Fears, plus Black magazine. There could be some unconfirmed projects in the works, too.
Angela and I are also editing the AHWA’s Midnight Echo issue #2.
Looks like the lion’s share of Australian short horror fiction to be published in 2009 right there, doesn’t it?
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