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… the delightful Trent Jamieson says lovely things! And I’ll be at the Avid Reader Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Club on 31 July.
Spinning a Fairytale Web
The fairytale is a rich soup of story. As a starting point their foundations are strong
So, I’ll be at the Avid Reader Science Fiction & Fantasy Bookclub chatting with Trent Jamieson on 31 July at 6.30pm! We’ll be talking about writing and Brisneyland, and Vigil and Corpselight, and maybe even a bit about
Well, the NatCon is just around the corner! It’s actually just waiting in the milkbar, filling up on thickshakes, until the curtains go up. I’ll be there and my schedule is below. Come up and say “hello”.
My Contact 2016 schedule:
Thursday 24 March
The Aurealis Awards shortlists have been announced. Happy to note that “Ripper” and “Of Sorrow and Such” are both finalists (for Horror novella and Fantasy novella respectively). Sad to see the Horror Novel category apparently continues to be problematic. Not sure why. Happy to
So last night, Brisneyland’s Best and Brightest (or some of them at least), headed over to Avid Reader for the launch of Gary Kemble’s debut novel Skin Deep. Ably MC’d by Master Trent Jamieson, there was much laughter, a few tears, and
So, back in 2008 the inimitable Dirk Flinthart edited a tome called Canterbury 2100, which essentially walked in the footsteps of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, only with more science fictiony bits and better, more comfortable shoes.
The blurb? So pleased you asked:
The delightful and erudite Trent Jamieson is teaching this six session clinic.
Go here to book yourself in or, better yet, book in a friend or relative for their
And Midnight and Moonshine was officially launched last night!
Thanks to Avid Reader for providing a lovely venue and to Trent Jamieson for his eloquent hostessing (“Your exits are here, here and here – and buy the
… before Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer will be trying to get into this guy’s parties … bring bribery cab sav and larcenous brioche … and those little circles of black bread with a schmeer of cream cheese and the world’s thinnest slice of smoke salmon on top with only an anorexic caper to keep it company.