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Perth-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.
So, back in 2008 the inimitable Dirk Flinthart edited a tome called Canterbury 2100, which essentially walked in the footsteps of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, only with more science fictiony bits and better, more comfortable shoes.
The blurb? So pleased you asked:
Martin Livings is another one of those nice, talented Perth people. His debut novel, Carnies, was published by Hachette in 2006 and has been optioned as a feature film this year. He’s the father of over sixty published short
Lisa L Hannett! Felicity Dowker! Martin Livings! Alan Baxter! Jason Nahrung! Moi! And more, more, more!
32 fantastic tales, 454 pages, over 130,000 words. All about vampires. This tome will