Hello my little pootlets. I'm going to bombard you with links.
Here's my website: <"http://www.aliyawhiteley.com/
Here's my blog: <"http://veggiebox.blogspot.com/
I share that blog with the lovely and talented Neil Ayres, with whom I wrote the novella 'Overturned', which appeared in the Elastic Press anthology, Subtle Edens
I won the best Drabblecast story of the year for Jelly Park - if you like whimsy and aural weirdness, I recommend it. They did a great job of turning it into sound.<"http://www.archive.org/details/Drabblecast43NormShermanAliyaWhitelyJellyPark
Other fantasy stories of mine available to read online include:Witchcraft in the Harem
in Sein und Werden <"http://www.kissthewitch.co.uk/seinundwerden/eight/page22.html
The Future Fire holds a few of my stories. <"http://futurefire.net/2009.17/fiction/wingspan.html
3AM published this one without realising it was fantasy: <"http://www.3ammagazine.com/3am/flushed/
And Word Riot did the same with this one: <"http://www.wordriot.org/template_2.php?ID=1502
Macmillan have published a couple of my comic crime novels, and I'm now meant to be working on something more literary, but weird stuff keeps happening in all my books. The editors chop out the worst excesses so I don't scare the non-fantasy punters off.
Oh yeah, coming up is a fantasy novellette called The Marrow House
with Triquorum, and an article about why I love John Carpenter's Halloween so much in Dark Scribe Press' Butcher Knives and Body Counts.
I'm still not quite sure what kind of writer I am. Can I call myself a fantasy writer? Heck to it, why not?