Zoo City wins Finland’s Tähtivaeltaja Award

Thank you, Finland! Zoo City won the Tähtivaeltaja Award as the best SFF book published in Finland in 2016!  Previous winners include Margaret Atwood, Peter Watts, …

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Slipping review at Worlds in Ink

Lovely review of my short story collection, Slipping at South African lit blog, Worlds in Ink !  Snip: “Her fiction manages to deal with real issues in unusual and …

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Chats With – Design Indaba’s series on SA top creatives

Design Indaba interviewed me for a series on Chats With South African creative talents. It’s an interactive interview, a bit like the old adventure and …

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Slipping reviews

A pair of fresh reviews for my recently released debut collection Slipping: Stories, Essays, and other Writing.   For Locus Online, Paul Di Filippo praises the book. …

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Slipping: Stories, Essays, and Other Writing – Femalitica

  A great new review for my debut collection, Slipping: Stories, Essays, and Other Writing, which is out tomorrow in the USA. You can order on Amazon or …

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Survivors’ Club: Interview with Dynamic Forces

Dale and I chat to Byron Brewer for Dynamic Forces about being authorial co-pilots, 80’s horror, and how they have gotten to know the characters …

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Survivors’ Club Launch with The Morning Pages

Cape Town survivors! Dale Halvorsen and I will we launching the trade paperback/collected graphic novel version of Survivor’s Club, our 80’s-tastic horror comic. It’s all happening at …

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“Definitive Depictions of Modern Abuses” some Thoughts on Slipping

I love, love, love this review of my debut collection Slipping: Stories, Essays and Other Writing, from Metaphysical Circus Press’  lit review blog, See The Elephant: Here’s a snip: …

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Survivors’ Club at NY Comic Con

Dale and I chatted about going meta in Survivors’ Club  at the New York Comic Con this past October. Besides looking swanky on the red carpet …

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The Spark: Tjieng Tjang Tjerries and Other Stories.

The Spark is a series of guest blogs highlighting new African fiction with authors writing about what lit up this book in their heads. Jolyn …

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