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Horizon by Keith Stevenson

keithLong-time leading light amongst Australian editors, Keith Stevenson, has recently released the science fiction novel Horizon through HarperCollins. Ze blurb:

Thirty-four light years from Earth, the explorer ship Magellan is nearing its objective – the Iota Persei system. But when ship commander
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Dimension6: Richard Harland

Richard.2006.websizeAnd tomorrow Dimension6 launches and can be found here. Today’s interview is with legendary Steampunk author Richard Harland, whose tale in D6 is “Ryder”.

1. What was the inspiration for your Dimension 6 story?

“Ryder” travelled a long, long journey
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Dimension6: Charlotte Nash

charlotteNewcomer Charlotte Nash already has a load of experience under her belt in the area of rural fiction and now she’s set to make a name for herself in spec-fic as well. You can read more of her speculative works here.

Below, Charlotte
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Dimension6: Jason Nahrung

Photo by Kirstyn McDermott

Photo by Kirstyn McDermott

Awesome Aussie writing stalward and First Man of the Dark, Jason Nahrung is one of the inaugural D6 authors, with his tale “The Preservation Society”. His bio reads thusly: Jason Nahrung grew up on a Queensland cattle property and now lives in Ballarat
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Welcome to Dimension6

D6masthead-1024x249Dimension6 is the new baby from Keith Stevenson’s Coeur De Lion Publishing and will launch on April 4.

The inaugural table of contents will feature stories by Charlotte Nash, Jason Nahrung and Richard Harland, and I’m running interviews with each of
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24Hr Book: The Autopsy

Why the f&%k can't writers follow the style sheet??

And so, a week after the action I can finally process what happened. The fact that I’m bed-ridden with the Mother of All Flus, which has taken out a fatwa
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And we’re back – and a book in 24hrs

We’re back – sorry for the break in transmission.

We fell into the abyss between domain registrars (*shakes fist*), but thanks to the sheer bloodymindedness of the in-house IT Support Badger The Bones Remember Everything is once again troubling
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