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Winter Tales Contents page

Winter Tales’ very efficient editor Margret Helgadottir has been busy behind the scenes reading, shortlisting, sending out contracts and generally getting me very excited about the anthology which is due to published in spring 2016. Last week the folks over at Fox Spirit released the contents page which is as follows.

Contents Mat Joiner: The frost sermon Su Haddrell: The Bothy Sharon Kernow: The Wolf Moon

Ruth Booth: The love of a season

Masimba Musodza: When the trees were enchanted

Fiona Clegg: Sunday’s Child

Tim Major: Winter in the Vivarium

Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi: Snow Angel

Amelia Gorman: Under your skin

B. Thomas: Among Wolves

Eliza Chan: Yukizuki

DJ Tyrer: Frose

G.H. Finn: Cold-Hearted

David Sarsfield: Voliday

Kelda Crich: Coldness Waits

K.N. McGrath: The Siege

Jonathan Ward: Spirit of the Season

James Bennett: The Red Lawns

Anne Michaud: Frost Fair

Jan Edwards: Shaman Red

Adrian Tchaikovsky: The Coming of The Cold

Verity Holloway: The Frost of Heaven

Of course as previously blogged about, I already knew I was in it but it’s just as exciting to find out which other writers are included. Quite a bit of Twitter stalking may have been done. 😀 Anyway it’s great to find out the huge range of other writers from those getting their first time publications (hooray!) to those with novels already out (jealous). In particular, a quirky blast from the past is DJ Tyrer who edits Monomyth magazine which featured my fourth wall destroying short story “Writing the Happily Ever After”(11.1)! Can’t wait to read more from the other contributors!

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(Photo from Sapporo Snow Festival, not affiliated with the anthology, but snowy all the same)

#anthology #winter #shortstory #cold #MargretHelgadottir #foxspirit #2016 #publication #DJTyrer #wintertales

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