Aislinn Batstone was exposed to Japanese culture and language early by her mother, a Japanese language teacher, and lived in Japan for a year as a teenager. She left with some understanding of the distinctly Japanese aesthetic and worldview.
Aislinn’s short fiction has been published around the world and web by the Stringybark Stories series in Australia, Black Chaos II (Big Pulp), and Plan B Mystery magazine. She publishes romantic fiction with supernatural elements under the pen name Aislinn Gilbert.
Aislinn lives in Sydney with her husband and two young children.
Stories included in The Insignia Series Anthologies:
‘Towards the Light’ (Insignia: Japanese Fantasy Stories)
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Excerpt: ‘Towards the Light’ (Insignia: Japanese Fantasy Stories).
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