Anna Tambour, a former industrial designer, is now a full-time
writer with a particular interest in examining humans' relationships
with other species; science, society, and how fashions change our perceptions.
These excursions lead her to base her stories on truth, which she finds
She currently lives in the Australian bush with a large family of other
animals. Internationally published, her short stories have appeared
online at Strange
Horizons and The
HMS Beagle: BioMedNet Magazine. Her e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anna's first collection, Monterra's Deliciosa & Other Tales &,
was published by Prime in September 2003. In his introduction to that
book, Keith Brooke wrote:
"I talked my way into writing the foreword to this volume on
the strength of a handful of off-beat and quite brilliant stories
Anna has submitted to me at infinity plus.
Now, having read all the contents of this collection, I have been
struck over and over by a series of triumphs."
Others have written:
"Anna Tambour writes with compassion, mischievous humour, and
an at times mouth-watering sensuality, delving into the daily world
and beyond to find the riches of magic."- KJ Bishop
"Wholesome and vital like our daily bread and yet twisted, detouring
into the realm of eldritch wisdom that is the salt of the earth, Anna
Tambour's debut collection Monterra's Deliciosa is a welcome
offering at the door to uncanny places. Do not hesitate to partake
and step within."-Vera Nazarian
"Exuberant Decadence brought into the twenty-first century. Tambour's
first story collection exhibits verve, style, and an endless appetite
for succulent detail. Rapacious, intelligent, and witty." - Jeff VanderMeer
Anna's first novel, Spotted Lily, was published by Prime in
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