Tomorrow sees the launch of Fae Visions of the Mediterranean: An Anthology of Horrors and Wonders of the Sea, edited by Valeria Vitale and Djibril al-Ayad and released by Futurefire.net Publishing. This anthology of 24 pieces of fiction or poetry, translations and multilingual pieces, which Publishers Weekly calls an “unusual, lyrical collection,” features authors such as Rhys Hughes and Claude Lalumière, and poets including Maria Grech Ganado and Mari Ness (see full table of contents).
Over the next few weeks we will be posting interviews and other blog posts from the authors and editors of this volume, both here and elsewhere. If you'd like to take part in this blog carnival, please give me a shout and we'll be happy to set up an interview or guest blog post on the theme of Mediterranean culture, diverse or multilingual horror and dark folktale, seamonsters, or other topics relevant to the anthology. We'd also love for you to review the book, even if just a rating and short comment on Amazon or Goodreads; a limited number of review copies are available on request. And if not, please signal boost our interviews, blog posts, teaser images, and other posts that come out here during the month of May. Many thanks!