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My Aurealis Surprise

Shortlists for theĀ 2018 Aurealis Awards – Australia’s premier jury-based award for speculative fiction – were announced yesterday. To my considerable surprise, I have stories in not one but two categories! “A Moment’s Peace” from A Hand of Knaves – aka … Continue reading

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Fauxcon and the Aurealis Awards

Headlining this after-action report: I did not win an Aurealis Award. The gong in my category, Best Fantasy Short Story, went to the very deserving “Where the Pelican Builds Her Nest” by Thoraiya Dyer from the In Your Face anthology. … Continue reading

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When the waveform collapses

Tonight, at a Swancon event in Perth, the Aurealis Awards winners will be announced. By 10 pm local time (or so), I’ll know if I’m an award-winning short story writer or – far more likely – someone who gets to … Continue reading

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The importance of rights management

It’s fair to describe the ‘Finished Stories’ folder in my Dropbox as “cluttered”. I mentioned a while ago several of my stories have been accepted for publication but have not yet appeared in print or online, for various reasons. Others … Continue reading

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Seven Questions for Jodi Cleghorn

Jodi Cleghorn is an author, poet, editor and small press owner with a penchant for the dark vein of humanity. Her creative exploits can be followed via her website, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Jodi’s launched the new paperback edition of … Continue reading

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