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“Welcome to Ashburnham,” Andy Buckhurst’s new executive assistant Penny greeted him. “We have a crisis today.” He’d caught a whiff of it, flying in the previous night. Strange strobing lights had followed the little single-engine passenger plane all the way … Continue reading
I’m very pleased to hear this evening that At the Edge just swept New Zealand’s Sir Julius Vogel Awards, presented at the Lexicon convention in Taupo. The plaudits for At the Edge itself included Best Collected Work (awarded to editors … 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
When I wrote up Friday’s activities, I had this crazy idea I’d write a short report from the convention floor every evening. Didn’t happen. At the end of each day, as soon as I no longer had to be on … Continue reading