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Conflux 14 The Unconventional Hero was four (!) weeks ago now, and I think I’ve nearly recovered. Like a lot of conventions, I packed a lot into three days, and still missed out on three-quarters of everything. I’ll hit some … Continue reading
The Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild is launching its newest anthology A Hand of Knaves at the end of the month. My story appearing in the anthology – ‘A Moment’s Peace’ – is a fantasy heist tale with demons, deathtraps and … Continue reading
Fans of Australian speculative fiction (broadly encompassing fantasy, SF and horror) may be interested to learn that the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild has launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for its next anthology, A Hand of Knaves. What is it? A … Continue reading
The Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild (CSFG) is about to open submissions for its upcoming anthology A Hand of Knaves. Here’s the pitch: Rogues, thieves, pirates and ne’er-do-wells abound in speculative fiction. Sometimes heroic, sometimes villainous, often somewhere in between, rogues … Continue reading
Today I’m over at Leife Shallcross’ blog, talking about inspirational touchstones. Leife’s running a rather excellent series of posts with Australian speculative writers, talking about where their inspiration to write began and how their story touchstones have influenced their writing … Continue reading