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Nice write-up of the NSW Writers Centre Spec Fic Festival of last weekend!
Thanks, Dr Katie Lavers.
The biennial Speculative Fiction Festival is an extraordinary festival organised by the
Over at SF Book Reviews Mario Guslandi has very kindly reviewed Dreaming in the Dark, the Jack Dann edited anthology from PS Australia.
Readers and reviewers of dark fiction have certainly noticed, during the last years, that the number of Australian authors appearing
Oh, poor neglected blog, don’t worry. I’m home now for months on end and I swear I’ll not neglect you for a long while.
Which brings me to: the Dreaming in the Dark launch! In Brisneyland!
This is PS Publishing’s first Australian imprint release,
While I’m bombarding you, I may as well mention the new Dreaming in the Dark anthology, edited by the delightful Jack Dann.
This is the first cab off the rank for PS Australia (PS Publishing’s arm here in Oz), and features myself, Garth
Over Easter weekend we attended Contact2016 in Brisneyland and it was one of the cons Ive enjoyed most in my life as a writer. It was great fun to catch up with old
Well, the NatCon is just around the corner! It’s actually just waiting in the milkbar, filling up on thickshakes, until the curtains go up. I’ll be there and my schedule is below. Come up and say “hello”.
My Contact 2016 schedule:
Thursday 24 March
The Aurealis Awards shortlists have been announced. Happy to note that “Ripper” and “Of Sorrow and Such” are both finalists (for Horror novella and Fantasy novella respectively). Sad to see the Horror Novel category apparently continues to be problematic. Not sure why. Happy to
Of Sorrow and Such gets a gong and makes the SMH list!
Ze rest is here, and includes work by the excellent Sean Williams, Sulari Gentill, Angela Savage and Emma Viskic.
One of the excellent FableCroft Publishing’s 2016 projects is the In Your Face anthology, a collection of original and reprinted provocative spec-fic stories. The pozible campaign has reached its original goal (very quickly!), but there are stretch goals, people, so throw some spare shekels