Australian horror, new myths

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Actually, last week was all about Australia mystery as Livia Day’s A Trifle Dead shot to the top of the charts here no doubt helped by the booktrailer. If only books came with cake. Yum. Anyway, this week we added the new issue, #9, of Midnight Echothe magazine of the Australian Horror Writers Association. Seems like a steal at $2.99 US for 100 pages or horror stories, interviews, &c. Also this week, the indefatigable Scott Andrews sent us the latest issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #127, featuring stories by Greg Kurzawa and Dan Rabarts.

Perhaps the biggest news this week was Mythic Delirium Books‘s launch of their two new titles: Clockwork Phoenix #4 edited by Mike Allen, and the (re)launch of Mythic Delirium #0.1 (Ken Liu et al), wherein the 15-year-old speculative poetry journal relaunched (thanks to their excellent Kickstarter) as a quarterly digital magazine that mixes poetry with offbeat fiction. Annual subscriptions to the new Mythic Delirium are only $9.95 for 4 issues.

I’m happy to say we sold tons of the paper edition of Clockwork Phoenix #4 at Readercon and hope readers here will check it out, too.

A Trifle Dead Midnight Echo Issue 9 Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #127 Mythic Delirium 0.1 Clockwork Phoenix 4 Philippine Speculative Fiction Volume 8  The Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction Mouths to Speak, Voices to Sing: Stories by Kenneth Yu

BTW: here’s Weightless on Twitter.

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