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… I answer 5 Big Questions.
Angela Slatter has just had Book 2 of her fantastic Verity Fassbinder Series, Corpselight, published. It’s the sequel to the wildly successful Vigil. I asked Angela 5 big questions about her work.
1. Why did you choose to set your series in Brisbane?
Yes! The Alex Caine series is so good and kickass that it got a second release! Bound, Obsidian, and Abduction are all now in paperback format as well as ebookery.
Alan Baxter is a British-Australian author who writes dark fantasy, horror
And my autographed copy of Alan Baxter’s Bound just arrived, hand-delivered by Kathleen Jennings.
So, my mate Alan Baxter has a book out on 1 July 2014. Bound is an action-packed, kickass, pulpy urban fantasy with martial arts, evil demons (is there any other kind?), a troubled hero, a take-no-crap heroine, and a really
At this year’s WorldCon in Reno, the most excellent voice-over artist Bob Kuhn (the voie of Tolkien’s Dragon!) will be doing some of us an enormous favour: he’ll be doing readings for Aussie and NZ authors who can’t make it to the con.
He’ll be doing readings for awesome folk from the HaprerVoyager stable : Fiona McIntosh,
Nicole Murphy’s first book, The Secret Ones, was launched in July 2010 by HarperVoyager. Bookseller + Publisher said “fresh and interesting approach to an urban fantasy series’” and A Writer Goes on a Journey blogged “urphy is not restrained in her work,
Regarding Aurealis Awards … counting is not my thing … for all intents and purposes, I am inumerate … but I’d like to point out the following:
Number of nominations for works published by indie Twelfth Planet Press: 7
Number of nominations for works published by rather large press Allen & Unwin: 7
Number of nominations for works published