It is IFWG’s pleasure to announce the forthcoming horror fiction collection by Deborah Sheldon, Figments and Fragments: Dark Stories. It collects Deborah’s published short fiction but it also contains three new stories. The artwork and design is by the amazing Keely Van Order, magnificently depicting the overarching theme of the collection.
Brutal. Compelling. Sinister.
From wheat farms, roadhouses, caravan parks and beaches to quiet suburban streets and inner-city apartments, award-winning author Deborah Sheldon tells distinctly Australian stories about violence, loss, betrayal and revenge.
Figments and Fragments includes three new stories written especially for the collection.
Figments and Fragments will be released world-wide on 18 November 2019.
IFWG Publishing is again happy to announce that, Shadows on the Wall, the dark and weird short story collection by Steven Paulsen, will be released for sale on 15 January 2018 (a double release with Jason Franks’ Faerie Apocalypse).
For a limited time – until the end of this year only – we have special prices for preorders made in Australia, UK and United Stated only.
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.
“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.
IFWG Publishing Australia is pleased to have acquired worldwide print and digital book rights for Kaaron Warren’s short story collection, The Gate Theory. “This collection attracted much-deserved rave reviews when it was published in 2015, and when we heard that its rights were available, we jumped for it,” Gerry Huntman, Managing Director IFWG Publishing Australia stated. “Last year we published Kaaron’s The Grief Hole, and we see this work as complementing it in our catalogue.”
The Gate Theory will be released in coming days, both in print and ebook formats, and will also be available in significant discounted form when purchasing The Grief Hole through the publisher, as part of a two-title deal.
Front and back cover artwork by Carlo Cotronis and design by Jeffery E Doherty.
“We’re all in pain. We try to keep the gates closed by falling in love, travelling, avoiding responsibility, getting drunk, taking drugs…anything to lose ourselves. But the dull ache remains in each of us.These stories are about the gates opening.”
The Gate Theory holds six tales by award-winning Australian author Kaaron Warren.