Which is a weird way of saying that last night I did a workshop at Indooroopilly Library and got pretty much the closest thing to rock star treatment I’ve ever received as a writer!
I had a lovely group of students who came along
… or, as I referred to it when e-chatting with Lisa earlier, ‘Club Chuck’. My tired mind picked up on the two important elements and mashed them together like bugs on a windscreen, with the predictable degree of comprehension.
My point? Lisa Hannett’s latest
Sooooo, I’ve got a limited edition signed hardcover of Lisa’s and my collection/mosaic novel, Midnight and Moonshine. Details below …
The gods are dead, but will not be forgotten.
When Mymnir flees the devastation of Ragnarok, she hopes to escape all that bound her
ChiZine have announced the ToC for this year’s Imaginarium anthology.
Lisa Hannett and I have a story in there (due to Lisa’s Canadianness and my status as someone standing next to a Canadian).
It’s the second Best Of outing for “Bella Beaufort Goes
… Derek Kunsken.
The Battle of Agincourt was won by the English, with the French coming a close second.
… the lovely Thoraiya Dyer, who will take away the copy of Rise of the Fallen by Teagan Chilcott.
Here winning haiku:
Fanfic turned to cash
Draco renamed Jace; I beg you
Don’t describe his loins
The Guardian has a look at the ’emergence’ of Australian SFF authors onto the international scene:
If your experience of Australian science fiction and fantasy is limited to Nevil Shute’s On the Beach and the Mad Max films, it’s time to take another look
The lovely Teodor Reljic, the co-editor of Schlock Magazine was kind enough to ask me some interesting questions.
I did my best to answer them in an equally interesting fashion here.
The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales is finally e-vailable over here.
Devoted Amazon folk, go here.
So if you’ve been holding off getting the hard copy due to reasons of postage costs, etc, then you could always try the
The new anthology from Dark Prints Press, A Killer Among Demons, is now available in e-form from the DPP website.
The cover is by the very talented Vincent Chong.
The ToC:Stephen M Irwin – ’24/7′ Angela Slatter – ‘Cuckoo’ William Meikle –