Twisty Christmas Tales feature Joy Cowley, David Hill & Dave Freer

We have fantastic news! We received so many amazing Christmas stories that we’ve expanded our anthology.

From the outset, we had anticipated accepting 25 stories, but now 27 wonderful authors have 31 quirky stories in The Best of Twisty Christmas Tales. We’d like to thank all of our our writers—including iconic NZ authors Joy Cowley and David Hill, and best-selling Australian sci-fi author Dave Freer.

For a full list of Twisty Christmas Tales authors, see below.

Our illustrator Geoff Popham has been doodling since he was tiny. Now he’s not so tiny and he’s still at it, working as a freelance graphic designer, illustrating books when no one’s looking. He’s been working hard to create twisty illustrations for our stories. Stay tuned to see more of Geoff’s great twisty Christmas art.

Geoff Popham Twisty Christmas Santa sleigh over Auckland

Santa over Auckland by Geoff Popham

In the meantime, join us on our sleigh as we whip across NZ pastures, scattering fairy dust, heading for a Christmas BBQ!

This Christmas, you can read Twisty Christmas Tales by these authors:

 Shelley Chappell , Michelle Child, William Cook, Debbie Cowens, Joy Cowley, Denise Cush, Marion Day, Simon Fogarty, Dave Freer, Peter Friend, Jan Goldie, David Hill, Tim Jones, Charlotte Kieft, Lyn McConchie, Eileen Mueller, Jeena Murphy, Lee Murray, Robyn P, Murray, Lorraine Orman, A.J. Ponder, D.M. Potter, Dan Rabarts, Darian Smith, Kerrie Anne Spicer, Anne Wilkins, Sophie Yorkston.

The Best of Twisty Christmas Tales is available in good NZ bookstores from late October.

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4 Responses to Twisty Christmas Tales feature Joy Cowley, David Hill & Dave Freer

  1. davefreer says:

    Reblogged this on Coal-Fired Cuttlefish and commented:
    Just re-blogging this here, for the younger readers this Christmas

  2. nzmue11er says:

    Reblogged this on Eileen Mueller – Write On! and commented:
    Fantastic News from Phantom Feather Press about a great collection of quirky stories for younger readers.

  3. ajponder says:

    Reblogged this on ajponder and commented:
    Why I’m so busy…working on this fantastic anthology…

  4. Pingback: Twisty Christmas Drawing Competition | Phantom Feather Press

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