Tuesday, 6 October 2015
Apologies for the delay.
In the meantime, for those who haven't ordered the hardback, The Bureau of Them is available on Kindle over at Amazon or as a paperback from the publisher.
*When holidaying in a caravan park in the 1980's the pool was closed every other day due to unforeseen circumstances and usually when the weather was actually dry. This has absolutely nothing to do with the book, that I am aware of, although perhaps the manager of said holiday park is now disrupting things from a wee corner of Hell.
Posted by Cate Gardner at 18:27
Saturday, 3 October 2015
Black Static #48, which contains my story, When the Moon Man Knocks, has received a real-time review by the unique Des Lewis. You can check it out here and also here be a snippet...
Humorous, maybe, but essentially heart-rending for the woman who is in denial about her partner's death from cancer.
I should send Des a paper-bird saying thank you.
Posted by Cate Gardner at 10:27
Friday, 2 October 2015
Oh, and a novelette, When the Moon Man Knocks, by Me.
This publication means so much to me - firstly because it's in Black Static, one of the top horror fiction magazines and secondly, it's a story that deals with grief and was written just after mum died. Many thanks to Andy Cox for taking a chance on the story.
Inside the issue there is also a review by Peter Tennant of my novella, The Bureau of Them. Here be a snippet from the review:
...a surreal variation on the traditional ghost story that is powerful and affecting...
Also reviewed are Stephen Volk's Leytonstone, and Mark Morris' Albion Fay. Both get stonking reviews. you should buy them.
Posted by Cate Gardner at 09:25