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Snapshot 2014: Keith Stevenson (coeur de lion)

Keith Stevenson is a speculative fiction writer, editor, reviewer, publisher and podcaster. In 2014 he launched Dimension6 magazine and began reviewing speculative fiction for the Newtown Review of Books. His new science fiction novel Horizon will be published by Harper Impulse in early December. 1. … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Andrea K Höst

Andrea K Höst writes what she likes to read: stories about worlds where magic is real, women aren’t relegated to the background, and expectations are twisted slightly out of skew. 1. You’ve given a (worth reading) breakdown of one of the … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Mark Harding

Mark has worked in books and publishing for several years, starting out as a bookseller with Shearer’s Bookshop before making the move to publishing. He’s helped run the When Genres Attack literary events that take place in Sydney, and also … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Julie Hunt

Julie Hunt lives on an organic farm in southern Tasmania where she writes a variety of stories for children – from picture books to novels and graphic novels. She’s interested in folktales, travel and oral storytelling and is endlessly surprised … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Philippa (Pip) Maddern, in memorium

PHILIPPA MADDERN (1952-2014) By Lucy Sussex  I became a writer because of the Australian SF writing workshops. Ursula Le Guin’s name on the cover of the 1975 workshop proceedings, The Altered Eye, was sufficient for me to buy the book. … Continue reading

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The Australian Spec Fic Snapshot 2014

Snapshot has taken place four times in the past 10 years. In 2005, Ben Peek spent a frantic week interviewing 43 people in the Australian spec fic scene, and since then, it’s grown every time, now taking a team of … Continue reading

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