Monday, 12 March 2012

More Short Stories

Me again. 

Sorry to hog the blog, but I wanted to post up a link to Dog Horn Publishers. They're running an author spotlight piece on me at the moment because they're going to be publishing a collection of my short stories at the end of this year/beginning of next year and I'm really excited about it. I'll also be contributing to the next issue of their monthly magazine of strange fiction, Polluto

Here's a description of Dog Horn:

Dog Horn Publishing is dedicated to publishing the best in cutting edge literature.

We publish bold voices and writing that takes risks. We are less concerned by genre than we are by defying convention, taking readers someplace new, and challenging the limits of what writing is and does.

From the outset we have been dedicated to nurturing writers not books, while remaining both independent and brave. Dog Horn authors are collaborators and friends. We work with them, and they with us, to ensure the best outcome for any project. Our books are striking, both visually and in terms of content, and we welcome the daring, the absurd, the mischievous and the dangerous.

We are committed to developing writers and promoting literature. We speak our minds and aren't afraid to say so.


8 comments:

Alis said...

Cool piece and a very interesting publishing house - I can't wait to read the collection, Aliya!

Aliya Whiteley said...

Thanks Alis!

Len Tyler said...

Hi Aliya, many congratulations on the forthcoming collection. Great news!

Aliya Whiteley said...

Thanks Len - as you know, I've been writing short stories for ages and it's going to be great to have the best of them collected together along with some new material.

Matt Curran said...

Aliya
 
This is great news. The worst bit now, I guess, is the wait, both for reader and writer.
 
Like the look of the magazine - it's pretty much me all over, so I may well pick up a copy!
 
PS: Loved the Smokelong short story, btw...

Aliya Whiteley said...

Thanks Matt!

Frances Garrood said...

That's great news, Aliya. Congratulations!

Aliya Whiteley said...

Thanks Frances - it will be good to be available in print form again... :)