Category Archives: On writing

Young Adult, all grown up

At Continuum X on the June long weekend, I had the privilege of moderating a panel called “YA: all grown up”, which featured Guest of Honour Ambelin Kwaymullina, and other YA writers Amie Kaufman, Leonie Rogers and Sue Bursztynski as panellists. We … Continue reading

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Conflux Writers’ Day – Saturday April 5 2014

The very clever Conflux team, headed most ably by Nicole Murphy, have decided to run the inaugural Conflux Writers’ Day on Saturday April 5 – that’s the day of the Aurealis Awards, which are of course now hosted by the … Continue reading

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Why are anthologies important?

Why are anthologies important? A timely SF Signal mind meld, given we are soon opening to submissions for Insert Title Here. And of course, we’re still taking pitches for the Cranky Ladies of History project – some fantastic ideas rolling in for that project, so … Continue reading

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Thoraiya Dyer guest posts at SF Signal!

Thoraiya is the only author to appear in every one of FableCroft’s anthologies, and I had the privilege of publishing her very first story with Andromeda Spaceways, and another early one in New Ceres Nights. You might say I like … Continue reading

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So you’ve written a book… What now?

Today I presented for CBCA Tasmania on the topic of publishing. It was a well attended session and I thoroughly enjoyed both the preparation of the presentation and the talk itself. I spoke for nearly an hour and a half … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Rabia Gale

FableCroft welcomes author Rabia Gale to the blog! I discovered Rabia’s amazing writing via a recommendation from Joanne Anderton, and have since devoured as much of her work as I can get my hands on. Rabia breaks fairy tales and fuses … Continue reading

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QWC writing courses (a public service announcement!)

Writing Science Fiction Short Story Six-week course in July and October Cost $150 Join one of Australia’s most successful authors of science fiction, fantasy and horror, Lee Battersby, for a journey through the fantastic art of the science fiction short … Continue reading

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