Holly’s Fiction and Other Stuff

Fiction: (all fantasy…)

My short story, “Every Little Thing” is available as part of the Kaleidoscope anthology, edited by Julia Rios and Alisa Krasnostein and published by Twelfth Planet Press. This anthology is available internationally, on Amazon, Book Depository and via The Publisher.

My short stories “The Bakeneko” and “Becoming Hashihime” are both part of the anthology Insignia Vol. 1, edited by Kelly Matsuura and published by BWWP Publishing. This collection is available for purchase at Amazon (with all the buy links on the Insignia Website).

My flash story “The Red String of Fate” is part of the anthology Insignia Vol. 2, also edited by Kelly Matsuura and published by BWWP Publishing. You can find all the buy links here.

My short story, The Secret Life of a Zombie Fan is available as part of the In Fabula-Divino anthology, edited by Nicole Murphy and published by eMergent Publishing. It is available for purchase at Amazon and Smashwords. Paperback versions are also available via the publisher. You can read an excerpt here.

My drabble piece, “Monster” is available to read at Luna Station Quarterly.

Guest Posts and Interviews:

David McDonald interviewed me as part of the 2014 Aussie Spec Fic Snapshot on his blog, Ebon Shores.

My guest post about disability in fiction and my Kaleidoscope story is at SF Signal.

My guest post: How to Write Good and Stuff is at David McDonald’s blog, Ebon Shores.

My interview about racial diversity in speculative fiction with J.M Blackman as part of her “Minority Report”.

My guest posts: Why Writers Should Blog and Thinking about Dialogue are at Emily’s Tea Leaves.

My interview about zombies with Nyssa Pascoe is over at Undead Studies.

Visibility Fiction:

I manage the project Visibility Fiction, which promotes and publishes inclusive young adult fiction. You can also follow VisFic on Facebook or Twitter.

MewCatCat:

I started a blog called MewCatCat, illustrating the adventures of my demonic rescue cat. Just cos. I update it very irregularly.