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The Way to Wolf Creek: Aaron Sterns

Aaron-Sterns-author-shot3The disarmingly delightful Aaron Sterns, horror writer extraordinaire, took some time out to answer a few questions for me about writing Wolf Creek (film and novel), giant crocodiles, stalking John Jarratt, and the future of horror.

What do readers need to
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Australian Shadows Awards 2011

The 2011 Australian Shadows Awards winners have been announced and I’m extremely happy to say that the Duchess of Darkness, Kirstyn McDermott, has won the short fiction category for her story ‘She Said’.

Bob Franklin took out the long fiction category for Under Stones, his debut collection and Macabre was the edited publication winner for Angela Challis and Marty Young.

Ze official announcement
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In which there is Shadowy Snoopy Dancing

The short list for the 2010 Australian Shadows Award has been released and it’s awesome to see names of some very talented friends there, including Peter M. Ball, Kirstyn McDermott, Liz Gryzb and Felicity Dowker.

I was lucky enough to get two mentions, one in Long Fiction for The Girl with No Hands and Other Stories (Ticonderoga Publications) and one in
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Today's Drive-By: Kaaron Warren and the lace of rot …

The first thing I ever read of Kaaron Warren’s was The Grinding House and I was struck by the raw power of her prose. The woman knows how to write a good scare. The next thing that found me was Dead Sea Fruit, reprinted in one of the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror anthologies, which was one of the most
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Australian Shadows Awards

 Belatedly, coz I am still a bit spacey, here are the winners of the 2010 Australian Shadows Awards:

Long Fiction: Kaaron Warren for Slights

Edited Publication: Jennifer Brozek and Amanda Pillar Grants Pass

Short Fiction: Deborah Biancotti for Six Suicides