From The Waste Land: three Waste Land stories make the Aurealis cut
This week, the savvy judges of the Aurealis Awards (Australia’s premier speculative fiction awards) announced their short lists in the various categories for 2022 publications:
And I’m deeply THRILLED to see that THREE stories from the anthology From the Waste Land: speculative fiction inspired by T.S. Eliot (requested, chosen and edited by me!) have made the short list in their categories.
Best Horror Short Story: Geneve Flynn, for ‘Lidless Eyes That See’
Best Science Fiction Short Story: Grace Chan, for ‘Death By Water’
Best Horror Novella: Jeff Clulow, for ‘Rats Alley’
You can read these fabulous tales, and sixteen other absolute beauties, NOW. I have real live copies of the paperback version.*
From the Waste Land, edited by Clare Rhoden. Available now from AmazonAU (from $39.00, free postage for Prime members) and BookDepository ($53.89, free postage).
*And watch out for an announcement…
about copies available through my website for only $38.00 including postage (Australia only). Coming very very soon! Email me on clare[at]clarerhoden.com if you’d like to reserve a copy