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Interview for Australian Spec Fic Snaphot 2016

This month I was interviewed for the Australian SpecFic Snapshot 2016.  The Snapshot’s series of interviews provides a great overview of who’s who in the Australian Speculative Fiction Community. It has occurred since 2005, launched by the initiative of Ben … Continue reading

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Contact2016 – It’s a Wrap

This post is a little later than planned but, you know, life … Over the Easter weekend I attended Contact in Brisbane. For those unfamiliar with the event it celebrated the 55th Australian National Speculative Fiction Convention (aka NatCon).  It … Continue reading

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What I Read In 2015

Normally I’m a voracious reader. Normally. But 2015 wasn’t really a normal year. It was a twelve month juggling act –  work, freelance obligations, family commitments, and completing a thesis for my Master’s Degree – which didn’t leave a whole … Continue reading

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Interview with Galactic Chat and Continuum X Download

This week I’m thrilled to be featured on Galactic Chat, a podcast that showcases interviews of Australian speculative fiction authors. Helen Stubbs filed the interview and asked some great questions including why I love horror, how environment and landscape shapes … Continue reading

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Tales From Outside the Flags … The Launching of ‘Undertow’

Saturday, 10th May saw the launch of Undertow: Gold Coast Anthology. With the byline “Tales From Outside the Flags,” the anthology is a collection of stories inspired by photographs from ‘Picture Gold Coast’, a compilation managed by the Gold Coast … Continue reading

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“Parting is such sweet sorrow.” Whatever, Shakespeare!

Yeh, yeh, I do get where Bill was coming from, but with three weeks left until the “big move” I’m allowed to indulge in a little boo hissery! It’s a shame that moving on with the rest of your life … Continue reading

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