Out Now: Earworm Armageddon
I don’t often write SF, but my recent foray into the genre, Earworm Armageddon (about an aurally led subjugation of the Earth, with deaf protagonists) has been published in Jay Henge’s Wavelengths anthology.
Sometimes communication is not as straightforward as we might expect. From body language to Morse code, conveying messages comes in a wide variety of forms. How do we get our message across?
The stories and novellas in this anthology plumb the depths of the imagination, seeking to understand what might come to be if we were forced to communicate with those who no longer or never did understand us.
- Wavelengths (Amazon US Kindle)
- Wavelengths (Amazon US paperback)
- Wavelengths (Amazon UK Kindle)
- Wavelengths (Amazon UK paperback)
- Wavelengths (Amazon Australia Kindle)
Other stores will be added once it becomes available.
My horror short story, Passive Aggressive is in Jay Henge’s anthology, Myths, Monsters, Mutations:
“From the bogey-men and devils who will eat you if you go out at night, to the gods and demigods waiting to be offended by some small slight, to the sinister mutations and impostors who try to fool us, to the monsters we harbor deep in our own hearts—all find a place within these pages.”
‘Passive Aggressive’ is about the insidious evil of passive aggression in offices…
Angie feels her blood vibrating like water on the skin of a drum. A timpani throb. She feels full of tremors.
She feels hollow.
The hollowness is singing.
Buy Myths, Monsters, Mutations
- Myths, Monsters, Mutations (Booktopia paperback)
- Myths, Monsters, Mutations (Amazon US kindle)
- Myths, Monsters, Mutations (Amazon US paperback)
- Myths, Monsters, Mutations (Amazon Australia)
- Myths, Monsters, Mutations (Amazon UK Kindle)
- Myths, Monsters, Mutations (Amazon UK paperback)
- Myths, Monsters, Mutations (Barnes and Noble paperback)
My story in And Then…: The Great Big Book of Awesome Adventure Tales Volume 1 teams a young man with magical powers with a shapeshifter, a man-turned-rat-or-vice-versa.
Some people might think they’re black magicians, and possibly they are, but someone has to do the dirty work, even on the side of the good guys. It’s set in 1851 during Melbourne’s gold rush years and involves virgin sacrifice – but maybe not the type you’re thinking of.
- And Then…: The Great Big Book of Adventure Tales Volume 1 (Clan Destine Press)
- And Then…: The Great Big Book of Awesome Adventure Tales, Vol I (Amazon.com)
- And Then…: The Great Big Book of Adventure Tales Volume 1 (Amazon UK)
And Then… interview
Angela Slatter interviewed the authors contributing to the And Then… anthology by Clan Destine Press . This one’s mine.
Death’s Door is in Jayhenge Publishing’s 2016 spec fic anthology, Intrepid Horizons, released April 2016.
- Intrepid Horizons (Booktopia paperback)
- Intrepid Horizons (Amazon US Kindle)
- Intrepid Horizons (Amazon US Paperback)
- Intrepid Horizons (Barnes and Noble paperback)
The Truth About Brains
The Truth About Brains is about a teenage girl whose brother is turned into a zombie. She’s trying to fix him before mum finds out. The story was published in Best New Zombie Tales Volume 2, edited by James Roy Daley. You can get that as a paperback or as an e-book:
Showtime came out from Twelfth Planet Press in 2012. Showtime is part of TPP’s 12 Planets series and contains four short stories, including a story featuring Gary and Lissa from The Opposite of Life. See more on the Showtime page.
Showtime featured The Truth About Brains, previously published in Best New Zombie Tales Volume 2.
It also featured Stalemate, which appeared in The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2012.
- 2012 Amazon paperback
- The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2012 Indiebooksonline paperback
Show and Tell
- Encounters (Booktopia paperback)
- Encounters (Amazon.com ebook)
- Encounters (Amazon.com paperback)
- Encounters (Amazon.com.au ebook)
- Encounters (Amazon.co.uk ebook)
- Encounters (Barnes and Noble paperback)