Locus Recommended — Flyaway!

The Locus 2020 Recommended Reading List has been published — a lovely list of very excellent short and long works, in a number of categories. All the ones that I’ve read on the list have been thoroughly enjoyable. And Flyaway is included!

Flyaway: Locus review

Rich Horton’s review of Flyaway has been included in the New & Notable Books column of the October Locus magazine (see more excellent books reviewed in the column here).

It was also reviewed in Locus earlier in the year (at greater length) by Katharine Coldiron:

“It should be no surprise that Kathleen Jennings’s debut novel is splendid and unusual, that it feels like a dispatch from another, finer world, that it frightens and enchants in the same breath.”

Flyaway: Locus Review and 3CR interview

Katharine Coldiron’s review of Flyaway for Locus magazine is now up on their website.

“It should be no surprise that Kathleen Jennings’s debut novel is splendid and unusual, that it feels like a dispatch from another, finer world, that it frightens and enchants in the same breath.”

And I had a great conversation with David McLean of “Published or Not” on 3CR community radio in Melbourne, which is now online here:

(Flyaway is now available through all good bookstores and the usual online suspects.)

Locus Interview – Raised by Wolves, & ABC interview

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When I was at World Fantasy in November, I was interviewed by Liza Trombi of Locus Magazine. The interview is out in this month’s edition, and look at that line-up — I respect all these artists hugely. Charles Vess is one of my artist heroes and inspirations and his interview is online: Narrative Impulse (the Singer Sewing Machine story always sounds like something out of O’Henry).

And before I left, Rhianna Patrick of the ABC interviewed me for her segment, and that is online here (full disclosure: I’d just thrown out my back and was on painkillers).