Think Kelly Link, David Southwell’s “Hookland”, Italo Calvino, Susanna Clarke, Jeanette Ng, Natalia Theodoridou, Em Caroll. Strange and folkloric with a lyrical clarity. Anything a little gothic. Historic fiction with a speculative edge is welcomed. Remote snow covered cabins, distant planets with lush vegetation, witches penning the Voynich manuscript, faeries interfering with Venetian merchants, wyrms shedding their skins in deep wells, rotting seaside towns, spirits hiding in smokestacks, anything that could begin with “Once upon a time” or “back when tigers smoked tobacco”.
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