Over the last decade Nina Allan has established herself as one of the UK’s most imaginative and compelling writers. In this extensive two part interview she talks to Gary Dalkin for Amazing Stories about a wide range of subjects, including her debut novel, The Race.
Gary Dalkin reviews Daphne du Maurier’s 1976 collection Echoes From The Macabre: Selected Stories. Which as the title suggests, is a reprint collection focusing on some of du Maurier’s more horrific tales.
Rainbows End (2006) won the Hugo and Locus Awards for best novel and was nominated for the Prometheus Award. Sad to say there’s no pot of gold awaiting the reader at the end.
One night a few years from now the stars go out …almost from when it was first published Robert Charles Wilson’s Hugo Award-winning Spin remains one of the finest hard SF novels of the new millennium.
Stardust is one of three books by Nina Allan published so far this year. First was the story collection Microcosmos. Next came the novella, Spin. Now we have Stardust, published as a very striking hardback […]
Nina Allan’s Spin is the second in a new series of novellas published by the Third Alternative Press, home of leading UK genre magazines Interzone and Black Static. I should mention that the book was […]