New Release: Metamorphosis by Claire Fitzpatrick

It is with great pleasure and pride that we can announce the world-wide release of Claire Fitzpatrick‘s collection of short body horror fiction, Metamorphosis.

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“Body horror is a specialised dimension of horror,” stated Gerry Huntman, Managing Director of IFWG Publishing, “and there are several authors in Australia who have mastered it, lifting it to an art-form that is more than just guts and gore. Claire Fitzpatrick is definitely one of them. We believe this collection fills this sub-genre niche in our catalogue perfectly, and the quality of Claire’s writing also meets the high standards of horror writing that we look for. This is a winner.”

Madeline will never become a woman. William will never become a man. Does June deserve to be human? Does Lilith deserve a heart?

Seventeen stories. Seventeen tales of terror.

If imperfection is crucial to a society’s survival, what makes a monster?

Australian Shadows Award-winning author, Brian Craddock, describes Claire’s work perfectly: “Visceral and demented, full of flesh that twists and deforms…Fitzpatrick’s stories will either sicken or delight.”

Metamorphosis is now available world-wide, in all good online and print stores, and in ebook formats.

Preorder: Metamorphosis by Claire Fitzpatrick

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IFWG are pleased to offer preorders for Claire Fitzpatrick’s debut collection, Metamorphosis, with free shipping to US, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

The collection will be released worldwide on 2 September 2019, and those who preorder will get free shipping and it will be shipped prior the release date.

This offer ceases 31 July 2019.

Madeline will never become a woman. William will never become a man. Does June deserve to be human? Does Lilith deserve a heart? 

Seventeen stories. Seventeen tales of terror. 

If imperfection is crucial to a society’s survival, what makes a monster?

NOW CLOSED

Double Book Launch

Last night (15 February 2018) IFWG held a double book launch at Readings Hawthorn – a wonderful event. We launched our first two books for 2018 – Steven Paulsen’s anthology, Shadows on the Wall, and Jason Frank’s novel, Faerie Apocalypse. Jack Dann kindly (and entertainingly) MC’d the event, and the Readings’ crew did a wonderful job of looking after everyone. Book signings were had, speeches were made, and glasses were charged for the double launch. Thanks to all!

The following are some snaps of the event:

New Signing: Dark Fiction Collection by Deborah Sheldon

IFWG Australia is pleased to announce the acquisition of a collection of 33 short stories by Deborah Sheldon, to be published in Q3 2018. The collection has no title at this stage.

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“I’m excited by this project,” stated Gerry Huntman, Managing Director of the publishing house, “because we have Deborah’s latest fiction collected in ‘Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories’, and this acquisition distills the very best of her earlier dark fiction. We also decided to add a bonus two original pieces. We have an amazing relationship with Deborah and it makes perfect sense to publish the complete continuum of her dark fiction for reader enjoyment.”

More details of this collection will be forthcoming in early 2018.

News: Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories, by Deborah Sheldon, is now released!

The preorder period is now closed and Deborah Sheldon‘s masterful collection of dark stories, Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories, is now available from all good online print and ebooks stores.

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Come to our print store for great purchase/shipping deals, or visit Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your regional favourite online store. Our title page outlines the key online ebook stores.

Sneak Peek: Cover Design for Deborah Sheldon’s Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories

Deborah Sheldon’s long-anticipated short fiction collection, Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories, will be published early in Q3 2017, but we couldn’t resist giving her fans a quick peek at the current version of her front cover design.

The atmospheric, creepy art is by the wonderful artist, Luke Spooner, from Carrion House – we have had the pleasure of working with him before with SQ Mag and another book cover, A Reason To Kill by Geraldine Fitzsimmons, for our International imprint.

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Keep visiting our site and you will get regular updates on this very dark collection.