Today is an exciting day! Big news on the publication front. More things on the way, too. But I’ll tell you more about that in a minute.
First, About Owls, in brief:
They’re also fairly bad-assed predators, a fact overshadowed by the cuteness/helpfulness of typical renderings.
But my favorite owl has got to be this little guy, rendered so magnificently by Imaginary People:
I am not really obsessed with owls or anything. I don’t even have an owl tattoo (yet). But when I heard the word last year that Jeff Vandermeer was calling for micro-fiction for The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities concerning strange artifacts, it had to be an owl.
Well, it’s an owl skull. With some moldy feathers clingy to it. Possessing mysterious properties. You’ll just have to read it.
And you can, because the newly minted book, sequel to The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric & Discredited Diseases (a Hugo Award and World Fantasy Award finalist) appears today!
My contribution is tiny, actually, but there are loads of amazing contributors, such as Holly Black, Ted Chiang, John Coulthart, Minister Faust, N.K. Jemisin, China Mieville, Mike Mignola, Alan Moore, Garth Nix, Ekaterina Sedia, and Rachel Swirsky, to name a few.
Order it here or here. Read more about it here.
My copy is on its way to me now, so I can sleep with it under my pillow and dream about owls.
3 thoughts on “What Do Owls Have to Do With It?”
Tracie! This is an old LB friend. Sorry to post this in public, but I was unable to figure out how to do it directly on Twitter (shudder) and don;t have your email addy. Helena is my pen name, but my real name starts with an H too. 😉 Please email me if you can, I would love to get back in contact with you.
Hey, lady! Great to hear from you. And now you have mail.
How fantastic! Congratulations! I too, love owls. And that last one reminds me of Clash of the Titans, the proper cheesy one, with the little clockwork owl.
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