Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women.
Co-edited by Lee Murray and Geneve Flynn
Almond-eyed celestial, the filial daughter, the perfect wife. Quiet, submissive, demure. In Black Cranes, Southeast Asian writers of horror both embrace and reject traditional roles in a unique collection of stories which dissect their experiences of “otherness,” be it in the colour of their skin, the angle of their cheekbones, the things they dare to write, or the places they have made for themselves in the world.
Black Cranes is a dark and intimate exploration of what it is to be a perpetual outsider.
Cover art: Greg Chapman
Published by Omnium Gatherum
Release date: 26/09/2020
Tomes and Tales: “… dark, reflective fiction at its best.”
Nightmare Feed: “Every story is a gut punch…”
Gingernuts of Horror: “The unique anxieties experienced by Asian women were so masterfully penned here that reading it really was an eye-opening experience.”
Horror Bound: “…a first-rate, totally arresting ride.”
Horror Tree: Women in Horror Month: Asian-Western Perspectives of Being Perpetual Outsiders (Lee Murray & Geneve Flynn)
Gingernuts of Horror: Black Cranes Blog Series – Part One (by Lee Murray)
Gingernuts of Horror: Black Cranes Blog Series – Part Two (by Lee Murray)
Gingernuts of Horror: Black Cranes Blog Series – Part Three (by Lee Murray)
Horror Tree: Black Cranes Blog Tour – Part Three (feat. Angela Yuriko Smith, Elaine Cuyegkeng, and Christina Sng)
Horror Tree: Black Cranes Blog Tour – Part Four (feat. Rena Mason, Rin Chupeco, and Gabriela Lee)
Trickster’s Treats #4: Coming, Buried or Not!
Co-edited by Louise Zedda-Sampson and Geneve Flynn
Here comes the fourth Halloween anthology from the Trickster! Filled with thirty-two dark and quirky stories and poems about things that have been buried, should be buried, or won’t stay buried. The anthology is edited by Louise Zedda-Sampson and Geneve Flynn, and comprises an international line up of authors, including many award-winning and award-nominated writers. Trickster’s Treats 4: Coming, Buried or Not! is an unearthed delight raising funds to support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
“A delicious bag of Halloween candy overflowing with all the good stuff!
The binge read of the season!”
— John Palisano, President of the Horror Writers Association & Bram Stoker Award-Winning author of Ghost Heart.
Published by Things in the Well
Release date: 26/09/2020
Orders available here.