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Brent Hayward
Brent Hayward was born in London, England, and grew up in Montreal. His short fiction has appeared in various publications, including OnSpec, ChiZine, Horizons SF, Tesseract 14, and the first of the Chilling Tales anthologies. In 2006, his story Phallex Comes Out (ChiZine) was nominated for a... show more
Brent Hayward was born in London, England, and grew up in Montreal. His short fiction has appeared in various publications, including OnSpec, ChiZine, Horizons SF, Tesseract 14, and the first of the Chilling Tales anthologies. In 2006, his story Phallex Comes Out (ChiZine) was nominated for a Story South award for best on-line fiction of that year. In 2008, his first novel, Filaria, was published by CZP. Among other great reviews, Publishers Weekly gave the book a starred write up, calling Filaria 'powerful' and 'beautifully written'. His second novel, The Fecund's Melancholy Daughter, also got a starred review from Publishers Weekly and was short-listed for the 2012 CBC Bookie Awards. Brent has a BA in Creative Writing. He graduated from the Clarion SF workshop in 1995. For a few years he lived in Poland with his family but is now back in Canada. By day, he works in the aerospace field. His third novel, Head Full of Mountains, has just been published. He can be reached through his website, brenthayward.com.
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Tannat
Tannat rated it 5 years ago
As usual with short stories, only a few were interesting. Quite a few here were dull, frankly. I only read it for John Park's Nightward, really (it landed squarely in the interesting bucket btw). Heat Death (Patrick Johanneson), Flight of Passage (Jon Martin Watts), and One Nation Under Gods (Jer...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 8 years ago
I'm not sure I'd call most of these stories horror. More like dark fiction. Some were a little too oblique for my tastes (I had more than a few 'Huh?' moments), but the writing caliber was good across the board. Overall rating: 3.5/5.0 starsReviewed for Bitten by Books. http://bittenbybooks.com.
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