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Kaaron Warren: Tide of Stone

Today, the deceptively adorable Kaaron Warren talks specifically about her new novel, Tide of Stone, and about writing in general.

1. So, what do new readers need to know about Kaaron Warren?

I’ve been publishing fiction since 1993. Took me about five years
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Suspended in Dusk II: Dan Rabarts

Today’s SiDII author is Dan Rabarts, talking about his story “Riptide”.

1. What was the inspiration for your SiD2 story?

Several years ago I was working on story fragments for an anthology called Regeneration, and one of those story threads started with the idea of
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Better Together – Collaboration as a Productivity Booster

Today, Dan Rabarts, a Most Excellent Writer, takes over the blog to talk about collaboration.

Better Together – Collaboration as a Productivity Booster

You’re a writer, you’re a creative. You wish you could produce more, but holy crap, there are only so many
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Eileen Mueller: Call of the Sea

eileen-mueller-cover-photoEileen Mueller lives in a cave on the side of a hill in New Zealand with four dragonets and a shape-shifter. Awarded a 2016 Sir Julius Vogel Award for Best Youth Novel with Dragons Realm – A
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Jodi Cleghorn: The Leaves No Longer Fall

sidewaysbwJodi Cleghorn (@jodicleghorn) is a Brisbane-based author, editor, poet and small press owner with a penchant for the dark vein of humanity.

 1. What inspired your At the Edge story?

The deciduous trees in my dad’s street in Ballarat had barely begun to
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Summer Wigmore: Back When the River Had No Name

summerSummer Wigmore has written many books and published one, so far: The Wind City, published by Steam Press. This is their first foray into sending out short stories, and shows the excellent rewards of foraying. Lately Summer has also taken up a
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Keira McKenzie: In Sacrifice We Hope

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Caution: might not actually be Keira McKenzie

Keira McKenzie resides in the desert lands far to the west across the Tasman ditch.  In the city by the sea, she spends her time torn between drawing/painting and writing.  She has sold illustrations,
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A.C. Buchanan: And Still the Forests Grow though we are Gone

A.C. Buchanan lives just north of Wellington. They’re the author of Liquid City and Bree’s Dinosaur and their short fiction has most recently been published in the Accessing the Future anthology from FutureFire.net and the Crossed Genres Publications anthology Fierce Family. Because there’s
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David Versace: Seven Excerpts from Season One

david-versaceDavid Versace (Twitter @_Lexifab) lives with his family in Canberra. He occupies his time between meetings of the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild with minor acts of public service. His work appears in the CSFG anthology Next and in the forthcoming
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Martin Livings: Boxing Day

martinPerth-based writer Martin Livings has had over eighty short stories in a variety of magazines and anthologies. His first novel, Carnies, was published by Hachette Livre in 2006, and was nominated for both the Aurealis and Ditmar awards, and has since been republished by Cohesion Press.

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