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Conflux is Canberra’s convention of speculative fiction creation and appreciation, held this year on the long weekend of 29 September to 2 October. It’s a writer-friendly gathering of the tribe where writers, readers and aficionados meet to celebrate the speculative … Continue reading
My first choice for a speculative fiction convention with a heavy writers’ stream is my local, Conflux. I’ll probably talk about that from time to time. But for those of us who can’t make it to Canberra in October (as … Continue reading
The 2017 Australian SF Awards, aka the Ditmars, are open for nominations until midnight on the 19th of March 2017. Any eligible person – being anyone active in Australian SF, fantasy and/or horror fandom, or a member of the Natcon … Continue reading
Angela Slatter’s introduction to At the Edge speaks eloquently about both the fine craft and the hard labour needed to create good short stories. She should know – she’s one of Australia’s finest speculative storytellers, and I’m very much looking … Continue reading