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Bitter Waters

Bitter Waters

Published by Lethe Press in November 2014, a new collection of short stories by Chaz Brenchley with the title Bitter Waters.

starA starred review in Publishers Weekly says: "Brenchley charts the treacheries of the sea and the human heart in this haunting collection ... Deceptively light, allusive titles (Junk Male, 'Tis Pity He's Ashore, Villainelle) give away little of their stories' knotty emotional depth. The discursive, sharply detailed style permits a remarkable control of tone ... This clever and subtle collection, Brenchley's first since 1996's Blood Waters, visits 17 unforgettable ports of call."

With an introduction by Geoff Ryman.

Bitter Waters is available in paperback from and from Amazon UK.

Winner of a Lambda Literary Award, in the LGBT SF/F/Horror category; included in the Kirkus list of Best Indie Books 2015.

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The Keys to D'Espérance  *  Rotten Row  *  Being Small


COLLECTIONS: Bitter Waters  *  Blood Waters

New Fears - New Horror Stories by Masters of the Genre Sreange California Wilde Stories 2016: The Year's Best Gay Speculative Fiction Daughters of Frankenstein: Lesbian Mad Scientists Sombra del árbol de la noche: Nueva narrativa británica de fantasmas y portentos The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Second Annual Collection Queers Destroy Science Fiction! Shades of Blue and Gray: Ghosts of the Civil War A Touch of the Sea House of Fear Anniversaries, the Write Fantastic anthology Hellbound Hearts Year's Best Gay Short Stories The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2008 The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica

Published as DANIEL FOX

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Plus others -

"Listing the short stories is a fine idea, but needs winnowing. Remember, by one all-inclusive methodology, there are over 500 of the little bleeders. If we assume that what you really want are those that appeared under my own name or by Daniel Fox, then the thing is doable. Not just yet, but keep nagging; there actually aren't that many, and it would be a Good Thing...."
- too numerous to list.

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