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Back on the Mainland!

Just back from 13 days touring around Tasmania with the Tech Support Badger!

“Bluebeard” by Ashley Versekaites

“Bluebeard” by Ashley Versekaites

Much to catch up on – sooooooo much.

But until I manage to get organised, here are links to the delightful
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Now this is …


Photo by Sue Wright @DrimzelRoad

… precisely the sort of marketing one needs.

Thanks, Sue Wright, for tweeting this happy-making image.


And the winner of Midnight and Moonshine competition is …

182093_10151161584292304_926690766_n… the lovely Cordelia Harrison.

The delightful Russ of Ticonderoga will do his publisher thingy and send it on post-haste.

Competition: Midnight and Moonshine

9781921857300-arc-cover11-200x300Sooooo, I’ve got a limited edition signed hardcover of Lisa’s and my collection/mosaic novel, Midnight and Moonshine. Details below …

The blurb:

The gods are dead, but will not be forgotten.

When Mymnir flees the devastation of Ragnarok, she hopes to escape all that
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Scoop Magazine …

9781921857300-arc-cover11-200x300… gives Midnight and Moonshine the thumbs-up.


Midnight and Moonshineby Lisa L Hannett and Angela Slatter, Ticonderoga Publications, $25Angela Slatter and Lisa Hannett are tearing up trees in the Australian fantasy community. Both are much lauded both at home and
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Boundless Delight …

480055_10151361284542304_697878836_n… due to this.

Spotted in one of the NewsLink stores at Sydney Airport when I was coming back from the NSW Writers’ Centre Speculative Fiction Festival (more on that later).

Makes me very happy to see A Book of Horrors
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New Aurealis … with added Brains

Cover art by Ron Sanders

The latest issue of Aurealis Magazine is out and available here.

Not only does it contain great fiction from the likes of Chris Large and Steve Simpson,
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Just found …

this. For those who couldn’t attend the Adelaide launch, Sean the Blogonaut gives his take on the event.

And, yes, where are the Norse gods when you need them?

Locus Review *causing high kicks to be done around the living room*

So, the delightful Faren Miller has reviewed Midnight and Moonshine in the latest Locus (which you should totally go and buy) AND Midnight and Moonshine made the Locus Recommended Reading List.

The things
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Speculative Fiction Festival 2013

Sent off my bio and headshot this morning for the NSW Writers’ Centre  Speculative Fiction Festival program. The festival is organised by the delovely Kate Forsyth.

Lisa and I will be appearing (in
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