Sing Your Sadness Deep by Laura Mauro – Spotlight

Welcome back to my weekly Spotlight series.

This week’s book under spotlight is Sing Your Sadness Deep by Laura Mauro.

WHAT’S THE BOOK ABOUT

British Fantasy Award-winning author, and Shirley Jackson Award finalist Laura Mauro, a leading voice in contemporary dark fiction, delivers a remarkable debut collection of startling short fiction. Human and humane tales of beauty, strangeness, and transformation told in prose as precise and sparing as a surgeon’s knife. A major new talent!

Featuring “Looking for Laika,” winner of the British Fantasy Award, and “Sun Dogs,” a finalist for the Shirley Jackson Award.

Sing Your Sadness Deep by Laura Mauro - spotlight
Sing Your Sadness Deep by Laura Mauro – Spotlight

Sing Your Sadness Deep by Laura Mauro

Genre: Horror/Fantasy || Pages: 236 || Published August 6th 2019 by Undertow Publications

AUTHOR BIO

Laura Mauro author
Laura Mauro

Laura Mauro was born and raised in London and now lives in Oxfordshire. Their short story ‘Looking for Laika’ won the British Fantasy award for Best Short Fiction in 2018, and ‘Sun Dogs’ was shortlisted for the 2017 Shirley Jackson award in the Novelette category. In 2021, their debut collection Sing Your Sadness Deep won the British Fantasy Award for best collection, and short story ‘The Pain-Eater’s Daughter’ won the British Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction.

She is also a PhD candidate currently researching spectrality in Japanese horror fiction. Laura likes Japanese wrestling, Finnish folklore and Russian space dogs.

Author Link: Website

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