A former English teacher and library manager, Tabatha Wood lives in Wellington and writes weird, dark fiction and uplifting poetry. Despite her obsession with the strange and unusual, she considers herself mostly harmless, although she does take great delight in shocking people with her stories every chance she can get.
A former English teacher and library manager, Tabatha’s first published books were non-fiction guides aimed at people working in education. She now teaches from home while writing in her spare time.
She released her debut collection, Dark Winds Over Wellington: Chilling Tales of the Weird & the Strange in March 2019. Since then she has had stories published in the charity anthology Tricksters Treats 3, Seven Deadly Sins, the AHWA magazine Midnight Echo #14 and Breach #12.
Tabatha is the lead editor in a team of twelve for the Black Dogs, Black Tales anthology. The collection aims to raise money and awareness for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand and will be published by Things In The Well Press in 2020.
Most Recently Published Work (as of May 2020)
A collection of terrifying tales set in the very near future… or perhaps it’s already here? It’s an infected apocalypse and we’re all (alone) in it together 100% of proceeds will go the Save the Children Response. Features short stories by: Lisa Morton – Kevin J. Anderson – Lee Murray – Tabatha Wood – Ben Monroe – Peter Emmett Naughton – Dawn DeBraal – Carolyn Geduld – Steve Carr – Ingrid L. Taylor – Stephen Herczeg – Mark Cassell – Darren Todd – Kurt Newton – Jenean McBrearty – Marlin Bressi – Cory Swanson – Steve Dillon – Paul Moore and Eugene Johnson.
- Midnight Echo: Issue 14 Goodreads | Amazon
- Breach Issue #12 Smashwords | Amazon
- Trickster’s Treats #3: The Seven Deadly Sins Edition Goodreads | Amazon
- Dark Winds Over Wellington: Chilling Tales of the Weird & the Strange Goodreads | Amazon
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