The Great Unknown is out and about!
Twilight-Zone themed anthology The Great Unknown, edited by Angela Meyer and published by Spineless Wonders, is out and has already received some great reviews (see below). Including stories by great authors like Krissy Kneen, P. M. Newton, Mark O’Flynn and Deborah Biancotti, the collection also features the literary debut of Carmel Bird Award winner Alex Cothren and five other writers (myself included) whose stories were shortlisted for the award. My contributor copies arrived today and they look beautiful. The Great Unknown is available from physical bookstores like Readings and all the usual online haunts. Don’t forget to add it on Goodreads too.
Kylie Mason of The Newtown Review of Books has some kind words for the anthology, and you can find other reviews here and here. Finally, you can read Angela Meyer’s thoughts on putting the anthology together on the Readings blog. Phew, that’s a lot of links. I’m looking forward to getting stuck into reading The Great Unknown myself, so I’m probably have something more substantive to say about it in a week or two.