'This anthology of 21 original fantasy stories explores humanity’s most dynamic and forceful creation - the city. Featuring tales from fantasy heavyweights such as Hal Duncan, Catherynne M. Valente, Jay Lake, and Barth Anderson, the collection whisks readers from dizzying rooftop perches down to the underpasses, gutters, and the sinister secrets therein. Mutilated warrior women, dead boys, mechanical dogs, and escape artists are just some of the wonders and horrors explored in this bizarre assembly of works from voices new and old' (Amazon).
Hoboken:Senses Five Press,2008
yAward Winning Australian Writing 2009David Tenenbaum
Melbourne:Melbourne Books,2009Z16376312009anthology poetry short story 'Award Winning Australian Writing showcases some of the best stories that have won a short story writing competition in Australia over the past year. From The Age Short Story Competition to the Arafura Short Story Award as well as winning bush poetry, the book covers an entertaining diversity of themes and gives voice to emerging writers. Each story also profiles the author and competition.' (Libraries Australia record)Melbourne:Melbourne Books,2009
'The debut collection by multi-award-winning writer Cat Sparks. Inside are 13 stories, including the Ditmar-winning A Lady of Adestan, Seventeen and All the Love in the World and the Aurealis Award-winning Hollywood Roadkill and Sammarynda Deep.'