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And our hon mention in the Norma K. Hemming Award (for The Female Factory) arrived in yesterday’s mail. Now to find a spot for it.
The wonderful Amanda Wrangles has reviewed The Female Factory (which won the Aurealis Award for Best Collection last week, didn’t ya know?) over at Marianne de Pierres’ most excellent and eclectic site.
As the latest joint offering from super-star writing duo Angela Slatter
So, I went off to Canberra for the Aurealis Awards (their twentieth anniversary) and, no matter what else happened, it was always going to be about catching up with folks, especially my Brain, Lisa L. Hannett,
The Female Factory got an honourable mention for the Norma K. Hemming Award on the weekend (the actual award being taken out by Paddy O’Reilly’s very excellent novel The Wonders)! From the Judges’ Report:
For the 2015 competition, the Judges also saw
Gods, but I love that Australia has an award called the Norma!
That’s the Norma K. Hemming to you. 🙂
The exciting news is that The Female Factory
The shortlists for the Aurealis Awards are out and there are some wonderful works nominated.
I’m truly grateful and humble to have six noms this year.
“St Dymphna’s School for Poison Girls” and “The Badger Bride” are up for Best Fantasy Short Story along with great
Baggage is the second story in The Female Factory
How to explain that a really rather nasty story sprang from watching a really adorable documentary?
Angela loves badgers. Angela thinks they’re adorable. Angela might be slightly obsessed with them – to the point where