Threading the Labyrinth
Navigate to the dedicated page here for info including reviews and links to retailers for this thrice-shortlisted debut novel.
"Mama Leaf", April 24, 2020, read it for FREE at UnsungStories.co.uk
This story is also included in the Milford Anthology Eclectic Dreams (2023) created to benefit the Milford Bursary for SF Writers of Colour (and includes a previously unpublished Neil Gaiman story!). Order it worldwide here.
"What Cannot Be Described," The Book of Flowering, Egaeus Press, January 2019
Reviewed in The Des Lewis Gestalt Real-Time Reviews
"Midwives," Mother's Revenge: A Dark and Bizarre Anthology of Global Proportions, Scary Dairy Press, May 2017, in UK and US
"On Tradescant Road," BFS Horizons #4, January 2017
Hill Witch & Litter: A Story Pair, April 2016; available for Kindle in the UK, US, and other territories
"Bundle of Joy," January 2015 at Pornokitsch.com (read it for FREE!)
"The Final Voyage of the World's Oldest Time Traveler," Athena's Daughters Vol. 2, 2015
(mentioned in a review here)
"Fairchild's Folly," Irregularity, Jurassic London, July 2014
The Eloquent Page
The Speculative Scotsman
A Fantastical Librarian
"Bright is the Water, Dark is the Land," Tails of the Pack: A Werewolf Anthology, 2013
"All's Fair," Best Women's Erotica 2012
"If Wishes Were Horses," Strange Horizons 2009 (read it for FREE!)
(nominated for the British Fantasy Award, Best Short Story)
Reprinted in BFS Horizons #3, August 2016
Reprinted by Wyldblood Press at
wyldblood.com May 2022
Spec Fic for Newbies: A Beginner's Guide to Writing Subgenres of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror for students and newer writers, written with Val Nolan. Navigate to the dedicated page to read more or order here!
Interview with Wyldblood Magazine, issue 1, Feb/March 2021
"5 Things Teaching Writing Taught Me About Writing", Melanie Ansley's blog, February 2021
"The Secret Garden: a place of healing during COVID-19", The Conversation, October 2020
"Threading the Labyrinth of Historical Research: How the twists and turns led to a Creative Writing PhD", Women Writers, Women's Books, July 2020 (Part 2 of 2)
"Doing a PhD in Creative Writing: Is it for Everyone?", Women Writers, Women's Books, Feb 2019 (Part 1 of 2)
"Manchester is another attack on girls," May 26, 2017, Dayton Daily News guest column
"Performance in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Workshop", NAWE Writers in Education, Vol. 71, 2017
"Friday 5: Fantastic Gardens," Pornokitsch.com, 2015
(included as part of the site's Hugo Voter Packet sample)
"Friday Five: Gateway Smut," Pornokitsch.com, 2013
"My Own Green Madness", honourable mention in the Garden Museum's memoir contest (with partner Granta), 2013
The Schuylers of Albany and 18th-century Hospitality," Patriots of the American Revolution, 2010
"The Battle at Home: Bringing the War to Life for Young Readers," Civil War Historian, 2008
Dan at the Coffee in Space podcast chatted with me and Val, my co-pilot (er, co-author) for Spec Fic for Newbies, about everything from apocalyptic fiction and toilet paper, the subjectivity of squicking people out, the permeability of subgenres, the fact that ancient humans weren't idiots, how our conscious and subconscious minds don't play together well, and having too many writing projects at once.
The Real Writing Process of Tiffani Angus over at The Real Writing Process Podcast hosted by Tom Pepperdine, Nov 2022, in which we discuss how difficult it is to write every single day, how my writing and process has changed over the years, my mantras, writing sex scenes, and lots more!
The Handmaid's Tale with Dr Tiffani Angus over at Journey Through SciFi, June 2022, in which we discuss the TV series based on the book and how damn scary it is in the current political climate
An interview with me as part of Robin Schantz's Invaders from Planet 3 "Voice of the Fans" series recorded at Dublin WorldCon, August 2019
A short interview with me! over at Speculative Spaces Podcast, April 2019, where I talk a bit about Threading the Labyrinth.
"Where are the tampons?" over at Breaking the Glass Slipper, March 2018: I talk about my research into the representation of women's bodies and bodily functions in apocalyptic fiction.
Gardens and Time with me! with Daniel Bensen over at Kingdoms of Evil, May 2015
Other Online Stuff
On author Charlotte Bond's site, I answer questions about princesses. (winter 2018/19)
Where I talk about writing Historical Fantasy at Pigeon Park Press, with links to the continuation of the conversation at the bottom of the page (summer 2018)