I had big plans for 2020. Yeah, I know, me and everybody else, right? But I really did... And then… everything went to Hell in a hand basket.
Around this time last year I released RISE, a collection of poems about motherhood, family, old friends, spiritual journeys and the sea. This year is the turn of BEACH GLASS & OLD BONES, poems with a strong focus on belonging, becoming and mental health. Both ePubs are, and always will be, free on Smashwords. https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/tabathawood
I thought it was time to pull together my awards eligibility post for 2020. This also serves as a nice round up of things I achieved throughout this incredibly strange and surprising year. Most of these are eligible for any horror and speculative fiction awards including the New Zealand Sir Julius Vogel Awards, and the
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My usual author bio begins like this: Tabatha Wood lives in New Zealand and writes weird, dark fiction and uplifting poetry. Despite her obsession with the strange and unusual, she considers herself mostly harmless. I don’t always write horror. In fact, a lot of what I write isn’t really horror at all, and is just barely skirting the