Sunday, 21 December 2008

Crows & Sepia Children



The Morrigan Books e-zine Three Crow Press is now live and includes my story The Forest of Sepia Children. Here are the full contents:



Fiction
Traces by Francesca Forrest
Darkness into Stars by Mark Rossmore
The Gazelle, The Witchboard and the Bohemian Grove by F.R.R. Mallory
Heartland by Klaudia Bara
Monsieur by Alice Godwin
Playing Pox by George Rizen
The Forest of Sepia Children by Catherine J. Gardner

Author Interview
Elaine Cunningham by Mark S. Deniz

Featured Artist
Ursula Vernon by Reece Notley

Reviews and Articles

World Review — Ilona Andrews' Kate Daniels by Reece Notley
Shadow Unit by T.A. Moore
Book Review: Staked by J. Lee Moffatt
State of the Crow - Morrigan Books

18 comments:

Carrie Harris said...

Congrats!!!

Jamie Eyberg said...

Yeah for Cate! (I am excited about this one based on the publishers previous adventures)

Catherine J Gardner said...

Cheers, guys. :)

Jodi Lee said...

Congrats, Cate - looks good!

Catherine J Gardner said...

Cheers, Jodi.

Aaron Polson said...

Weird, Cate, and that's a complement. I had to check my chest for my own heart. ;)

K.C. Shaw said...

That is a marvelously creepy story--I read it earlier today and keep thinking about it. Well done!

Ian said...

Haven't read it but now I gotta because it's such a GREAT TITLE! Congrats, have a great Christmas.

J.C. Tabler said...

This is something else I can't wait to read. Cate, how do you do it?

Kim Kasch said...

Congrats! It's like an early Christmas present.

Barry Napier said...

I tried to start reading this but have too much work to do today. But only 3 paragraphs in and it sounds very promising. I will definately finish this as soon as I can!

Catherine J Gardner said...

Thanks everyone.

JC - submliminal advertising.

Matthew Baugh said...

Congratulations!

I like the story, it's a nice interplay of real world and fairy tale.

Catherine J Gardner said...

Thanks for reading it, Matthew.

Jamie Eyberg said...

I think I have my new favorite Cate story!

Catherine J Gardner said...

And a Merry Christmas to you too. :)

katey said...

Absolutely loved the story-- I feel like I've just woken up from one of those dreams that sort of clings to you the entire day. Excellent (though you realize we expect nothing less, it's still well worth saying :D)

Catherine J Gardner said...

Thanks, Katey :)