This gothic story about 19th-century medical students in Canada has been rattling around in my brain for a few years now, and I am thrilled to see it in one of my favourite anthology series. (And with gorgeous art, natch, by Alis Kellar. Here’s the list of contributors for the volume.)
We had a launch for it in Ottawa earlier this month and it was great fun to read part of “Skullduggers.” It’s a bit different from most of my work. Afterward, someone came up to me and said the dialogue reminded them a bit of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, which is basically the best thing anyone’s ever said to me.