Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Matthew Hughes' novelette, "The Prognosticant," got the cover treatment in the May/June F&SF.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Your Death Full of Flowers

A very special collection of poems is being released into the world, like sun-bright bees zigging off to their meadows.

Casey June Wolf is one of twenty authors represented in Your Death Full of Flowers, edited and translated into English and Spanish by Slippery Elm of Swamp Lantern Books.

"The thread that ties this bouquet together is that of the story of Blodeuwedd from the Mabinogion. A woman composed of flowers, who sought to kill her husband, and was thereby transformed into an owl. Blodeuwedd meaning flower-face, and the owl said to have been called blodeuwedd in the Welsh of yore. "

Printed and bound by a family of artisanal leather workers from Ubrique, Andalusia, Spain.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Dave Duncan's Portal of a Thousand Worlds reviewed in Publishers Weekly

“Massively satisfying plot twists…he does a better job than most in his genre at creatively restructuring historical gender roles, and his bone dry wit is at the top of its class. Song of Ice and Fire fans should take note.”—Publishers Weekly”

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Matthew Hughes' Raffalon story "The Vindicator" will run in the November/December issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Matt writes, "This is will be the last Raffalon story to appear in F&SF. When the exclusivity period runs out in the middle of 2017, I’ll put them all together in a collection and put it out as an ebook and POD paperback."
The Lonely Cry is an informal west coast association of Canadian science fiction and fantasy writers. Our members are Mary E. Choo, Dave Duncan, Matthew Hughes, Eileen Kernaghan, Linda DeMeulemeester, Clélie Rich, Casey Wolf and Rhea Rose. Visit our website at www.lonelycry.ca