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Courtesy of the speedy good graces of Dr Tansy Rayner Roberts, the shortlists have been posted here.
I’m so happy to see so many talented friends on the lists! Includes (obviously) Lisa L Hannett, Kirstyn McDermott, Tansy RR, Trent Jamieson, Marianne De Pierres, Dirk Flinthart, Margo Lanagan,
The lovely Tehani at FableCroft is issuing a special ebook edition of the After the Rain Anthology as a fundraiser for the Qld Floods Appeal. There are the original planned stories in the ToC and this volume is augmented by
Trent Jamieson cracks me up. Not only is he an awesome writer of note, he also has made this.
He also has a hat with a green band, a Book Corner and a new book, Managing Death.
El Trento aka The Nicest Man In Spec-Fic (he of Death Most Definite) is teaching a second YoN class at QWC. I’ve been one of his students in the first round and it’s been enormously helpful in getting my “stuff” together and structuring the novel and also for general learning of craft stuff. Highly recommended.
Go here to investigate further. It is
Make plans, take notes, plot strategically – learn where the bar is on the first day and stake a claim on your favourite chair.
My con obligations are below:
Fri 1100 Rm 203: (Book Launch) Dead Sea
The talented and prolific Marianne de Pierres has a short story collection out with Twelfth Planet Press, Glitter Rose. It is a limited edition, hard cover with an Intro by Trent Jamieson (he of Death Most Definite). All books should be beautiful.
It has a lovely cover and
Trent Jamieson is nice … a little too nice … don’t be fooled. Behind that innocent, mild, butter-wouldn’t-melt-in-his-mouth face, he’s really … actually, he’s really nice. And his Death Works trilogy, beginning with Death Most Definite, is coming out under the auspices of Orbit in August. He’s published a nose-bleedingly large
I have been slack:
Trent Jamieson ( aka The Nicest Man in Spec-Fic) has his first novel out, with Orbit no less. Death Most Definite has been reviewed over here http://ozhorrorscope.blogspot.com/2010/06/book-review-death-most-definite_17.html.
Steven de Selby has a hangover. Bright lights, loud noise, and lots of exercise are the last thing he wants. But that’s exactly what he gets
Struggling, I think.
The deadline to get Brain’s and my pieces in for Steampunk Reloaded was so tight … how tight? It was like trying to shoehorn an elephant into a narrow-fitting stiletto.
Sooo, when we finished and sent it off, the sense of enormous satisfaction lasted about a day … then the sense of “shouldn’t I be writing something really fast
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