Some more recent publications:


"Credence and credulity". Review of F. Leoni (ed.), Power and Protection: Islamic Art and the Supernatural (Ashmolean Museum Publications). In: The Art Newspaper 286, January 2017.

"The sacrament of scripts. Calligraphy's potency as an Islamic art form." Review of Rose Issa, Juliet Cestar and Venetia Porter, Signs of our Times: from Calligraphy to Calligraffiti (Merrell). In: The Art Newspaper 288, March 2017.

Review of A. Ohta, M. Rogers and R. Wade Haddon (eds.), Art, Trade, and Culture in the Islamic World and Beyond: from the Fatimids to the Mughals (Gingko Art Library). In: The Art Newspaper 293, September 2017.

"What is a mosque?". Review of Bernard O'Kane, The Mosques of Egypt (American University in Cairo). In: The Art Newspaper 294, October 2017.

"Articles of faith. Religion and the limits of tick-box curation". In: The Times Literary Supplement, December 15, 2017.

"Equal rights for 'applied' art' ". Review of F. B. Flood and G. Necipoglu (eds), A Companion to Islamic Art and Architecture, 2 vols. (Wiley Blackwell). In: The Art Newspaper 304, September 2018.

"Bones in the walls. A new exhibition exploring magic and belief". In: The Times Literary Supplement, October 26, 2018.

Review of Shahed Saleem, The British Mosque: an Architectural and Social History (Historic England). In: The Art Newspaper 306, November 2018).

"Bones in the walls. A new exhibition exploring magic and belief". In: The Times Literary Supplement, October 26, 2018. See also The book of the "Spellbound - Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft. Exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum Oxford" by Sophie Page and Marina Wallace. In: Voices from the Vaults, Spring 2019.

 

Original short stories:


"Agony". In: Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine 149 [1 & 2] (January/February 2017), 135-8.

"In the rigging". In: Supernatural Tales 36 (Winter 2017/18), 44-8.

"The romance of history". In: The Silent Companion 13 (2017), 48-56.

"By Severn's flood". In: M. Beech (ed.), A Book of the Sea (Egaeus Press, 2018), 121-8.

"The pale eyes of Winter". In: Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine 152 [1 & 2] (July/August 2018), 85-98

"Ghost hunting". In: Supernatural Tales 38 (Summer 2018), 17-24.

"Mortimer: The Husband's Story". In: Supernatural Tales 40 (Summer 2019), 16-21.

'In custody". In: Black Mask 37 [3] (2019), 9-11.


Now published:


The Best of the Best Horror of the Year, 10 Years of Essential Short Fiction, ed. by Ellen Datlow. Nightshade Books, October 2018.



Publishers’ Weekly for July 26th named this collection which reprints Jane’s story, Majorlena, as one of the most anticipated books of this fall. Preeminent horror editor Datlow selects the darkest and most gleaming gems from 10 years of her outstanding annual horror anthologies.


And now from Publisher’s Weekly:


Datlow’s 10th-anniversary volume of horror shorts is a stunning and flawless collection that showcases the most terrifyingly beautiful writing of the genre …. Datlow’s palate for the fearful and the chilling knows no genre constraint, encompassing the undead, the supernatural, and the cruelty perpetrated by ordinary humans. Exciting, literary, and utterly scary, this anthology is nothing short of exceptional.