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ToC for Crimewave 12: Hurts

Crimewave 12 Hurts

As promised, here is the line-up for CRIMEWAVE 12:  HURTS, which is available to order now from TTA Press.  Take out a subscription and you’ll get a free copy of CRIMEWAVE 11.  A link to each author’s page has been provided where possible.

“Singularity” by Melanie Tem
“The Only Broken Blonde” by Simon Avery
“Bless” by Stephen Volk
“The Simpson Frames” by Anthony Mann
“Cheap Rent” by Janice Law
“By Night He Could Not See” by Joel Lane
“What Grief Can Do” by Stephen Bacon
“Scenes From Country Life” by Tim Lees
“Night Fishing” by James Cooper
“Unfinished Business” by Christopher Priest
“Dodge County” by Danny Rhodes
“The Space That Runs Away With You” by Steven J. Dines
“Gator Moon” by Ray Cluley
“Trial” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

In addition, if you would like a sneak peek you can read the opening paragraph to each story here.

Interzone #246 & Black Static #34 available, and another story acceptance

Interzone #246   Black Static #34

The latest issue of Interzone (#246) is now available to buy from TTA Press.  Here are the stories (in order of appearance):

THE MACHINEHOUSE WORKER’S SONG by Steven J. Dines
TRIOLET by Jess Hyslop
SENTRY DUTY by Nigel Brown
THE ANGEL AT THE HEART OF THE RAIN by Aliette de Boddard
THESEA AND ASTAURIUS by Priya Sharma
THE CORE by Lavie Tidhar
CAT WORLD by Georgina Bruce

Follow the link above to check out the interior artwork and the rest of the contents.  My involvement aside, I think it looks great.  But if SF isn’t your thing (and horror is) then Black Static #34 is also available now, with fiction by Nina Allan, Joel Lane, Ilan Lerman, Andrew Hook, and Sean Logan.  The line-up and interior artwork for the new issue both look fantastic.  As a reader, I cannot recommend this magazine enough.

Which segues rather nicely to my next announcement…

My latest effort, a dark novelette set in a care home, MEN PLAYING GHOSTS, PLAYING GOD, has been accepted for Black Static #35, due for publication in July.  This will be my second appearance in the magazine, following THE THINGS THAT GET YOU THROUGH, which appeared in #31 at the tail end of 2012.  The timing is perfect (once again) – because I’ve been dithering with the latest project and losing faith.  Time to pick myself up and get moving again.