Fight Like A Girl – An Anthology from Kristell Ink – Summer 2015


Think this sounds fabulous! So I figured it would be a good idea to spread the word…

Joanne Hall

In Summer 2015 Kristell Ink will be releasing Fight Like A Girl, an anthology of kick-arse stories of fantasy and SF combat, all written by women. I’m helping out on the publishing side, which is new and scary and exciting, so I’m crossing my fingers and desperately hoping I don’t screw up…

The anthology will be edited by Mhairi Simpson (Tales of Eve, Fox Spirit), and will feature work from, among others, Juliet McKenna, Lou Morgan, Francis Knight, Gaie Sebold, Kim Lakin-Smith and Danie Ware (This is both awesome and terrifying 🙂 ). Cover art will be by Sarah Anne Langton, who does the covers of the Fox Pockets for Fox Spirit.

The anthology was the brainchild of Danie Ware (Ecko Rising), who came up with the idea and put it to her Twitter followers. She received an overwhelming response, and this is what she has…

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  1. Judging from your articles on this blog, you’ll do great with the editorial side of this. (The marketing side of selling books is a nightmare all unto itself.)

    But this is really nice news. Congratulations on what I’m sure will be a really good job.

    • Thank you for your kind comments:). As it happens, it is my mate Mhairi Simpson who will be doing the editing honours on this interesting offering – but given her proven track record (she edited the awesome Tales of Eve) I’m sure it’ll be a really excellent anthology, given that Jo Hall is also involved in this project and how much care Kistell Ink take over the quality of their publications.

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