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So, here I sit back at work after a week away, doing nothing but writing.
Okay, I lie.
I didn’t just write. I threw temper tantrums. I ate astonishing amounts of choclit and consumed such vast quantities of sugar that for brief periods (before the inevitable sugar crash) I could power
It’s a month only until I claim the 657 frog cakes in Adelaide that Jason Fischer has promised me.
There may also be some NatCon activity – a programme? Anyone? Oh, and Peter Ball’s novella Horn (Twelfth Planet Press) will be launched.
But mainly, there will be frog
by Peter M Ball
Book Launch – Sunday June 7th, Conjecture, Adelaide
There’s a dead girl in a dumpster and a unicorn on the loose – and no-one knows how bad that combination can get better than Miriam Aster. What starts as a consulting job for city homicide quickly becomes a tangled knot of unexpected questions, and working out the link between
*snurched from Girlie Jones’ LJ (Apr. 21st, 2009 at 10:11 AM)
Pimping Aussie Short Stories today.
Here’s the collective Not if You Were the Last Short Story on Earth http://community.livejournal.com/lastshortstory/2008/12/03/ best of 2008 short story reading list:
The Last Great House of Isla Tortuga…Peter M. Ball (Dreaming Again)
On the Finding of Photographs of My Former Loves… Peter M. Ball (Fantasy)
As We Know It…
Thanks to Peter Ball for reminding me of the awesomeness of Queen and the Flash Gordon soundtrack: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfmrHTdXgK4&feature=player_embedded
I fear cheerier already … now where is my golden tiara thingy?
Coming in June 2009 Horn by Peter M Ball
There’s a dead girl in a dumpster and a unicorn on the loose – and no-one knows how bad that combination can get better than Miriam Aster. What starts as a consulting job for city homicide quickly becomes a tangled knot of unexpected questions, and working out the link between the dead
My writerly posts seem to have been few and far between lately. Possibly because my brain hasn’t been working or has been infected by a case of ‘wombatitis’, which is a lesser known but still virulent strain of laziness. But I have taken some tablets (okay, half a block of choclit) to combat the wombatitis and
Not only is the man a great writer and a rocking editor, he is a generous professional. He says wise things here and he says nice things here: http://blogs.abc.net.au/articulate/2009/03/flycon-intervie.html