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Last night the annual Aurealis Awards ceremony took place in Canberra and I’m honoured to say that The Path of Thorns won Best Fantasy Novel! Huge thanks to my dear editor Cath Trechman and the whole team at Titan for making this
I’m delighted to say that the shortlists for the Aurealis Awards were announced today and as well as seeing a lot of excellent friends on the list I also found that All the Murmuring Bones is a finalist for Best Fantasy Novel, and The Tallow-Wife and Other Tales for Best Collection.
And The Tallow-Wife is also a finalist for the
The Aurealis Awards Shortlists for work published in 2020 is out and I’m delighted to see that my collection The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners is on the shortlist for Best Collection. I’m in the best company possible with friends! Juliet Marillier, Cat
For the latest Australian spec-fic news, head over to Tor.com for Alexandra Pierce’s Aurora Australis column.
Awards! Films! Anthologies! Stuff!
Facebook has just reminded me that today’s the anniversary of The Girl With No Hands and Other Tales!
To the left is Russell B. Farr of Ticonderoga
Over at the Tor.com Tube of You channel, Lisa and I talk about collaboration, specifically on Midnight and Moonshine.
And talk and talk and talk!
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
Go, buy your ticket now. Come to Brisneyland, where the heat probably won’t kill you (although it will try), but it’s okay because we’ll be in the airconditioned Hotel Jen!
Watching Ben Aaronovitch, Keri Arthur, Maria Lewis and other people of awesomeness talk about the