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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 Pale Tree House
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    y separately published work icon 100 Lightnings Stephen Studach (editor), Adelaide : Paroxysm Press , 2015 20714623 2015 anthology short story

    'From iconic publisher Paroxysm Press comes a showcase volume of one hundred pieces of premium flash fiction crackling and flaring with imagination. Amongst those who have bottled lightning here are Sean Williams, Kaaron Warren, Angela Slatter, Rick Kennett, Lucy Sussex, Stephanie Campisi, Joanne Anderton, Jessica Reisman, Blanket Barrowclough and a storm of other talents who have set hammer to anvil in their wordsmithy's forge and cast forth bolts of story craft. This eclectic anthology serves up fictive goodness that ranges across the broad spectrum of genre fiction. From dark realism and the experimental to ghost stories (including one of the shortest ever written) to science fiction and the humorous to high fantasy and the horrific. The price of admission is fair, the quality undeniable. Approach the first jar, and don't fear the flashes!

    'Professor Downstryk is in town, for a limited time only, and he invites you into his sideshow tent to partake of his display of fevered flashes captured in glass. There you will find madness, murder, mutilation, perversion, time travel, werewolves, vampires, the dead living, revenge, the extraterrestrial, and the all too earthly. Conspiracies and child maiming. Grimmer fairy tales, Campfire stories and what happened to Santa Claus. Unpleasant futures, voodoo, spiders, and the Great Old Ones. Wicked people, wicked deeds, and seafood.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Adelaide : Paroxysm Press , 2015
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    y separately published work icon Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales Angela Slatter , United Kingdom (UK) : PS Publishing , 2016 10435134 2016 selected work short story horror

    'Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales collects some of Angela Slatter’s finest horror stories to date. From the Lovecraftian laments of “The Song of Sighs” and “Only the Dead and the Moonstruck” to the uncanny notes of “The October Widow” and the stunning new “The Red Forest”, it’s clear that Slatter is, in the words of Stephen Jones, ‘a powerful and eloquent voice in horror fiction.’ Each tale is a darkly crafted gem.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    United Kingdom (UK) : PS Publishing , 2016
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    y separately published work icon Best New Horror Stephen Jones (editor), Harrogate : PS Publishing , 2018 13183605 2018 anthology short story

    Collection of the best short horror writing published in 2016.

    Harrogate : PS Publishing , 2018
    pg. 101-104
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales Angela Slatter , United Kingdom (UK) : PS Publishing , 2016 10435134 2016 selected work short story horror

    'Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales collects some of Angela Slatter’s finest horror stories to date. From the Lovecraftian laments of “The Song of Sighs” and “Only the Dead and the Moonstruck” to the uncanny notes of “The October Widow” and the stunning new “The Red Forest”, it’s clear that Slatter is, in the words of Stephen Jones, ‘a powerful and eloquent voice in horror fiction.’ Each tale is a darkly crafted gem.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Brisbane : Brain Jar Press , 2020
    pg. 74-77
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