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Snapshots! Part Twenty-One

Matthew Chrulew >Two years on from Aussiecon 4, what do you think are some of the biggest changes to the Australian Spec Fic scene? The rise of self-promotional spamming as a way of life   Simon Brown Difficult to assess … Continue reading

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Snapshots! Part Nineteen

Lezli Robyn This collection is going to be a great representation of what I’m best known for writing: bittersweet stories. Whether writing sf, fantasy, steampunk, horror, or mainstream, I chose the genre to help me tell the best character development … Continue reading

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Snapshots! Part Eighteen

Carol Ryles My first published story was to an American market, Jackhammer, an ezine back in 2000. Not long before that, I hadn’t known that Australian small press markets existed. Growing up in pre-internet days, I had previously relied on … Continue reading

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Snapshots! Part Seventeen

Anna Tambour But yes, living in a place uncluttered by humans constantly slaps me with how little I know, and pricks me, often literally – about this roiling mass of curiosities and contrarinesses that is the world. But it doesn’t … Continue reading

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Snapshots!! Part Me!!!!

Well no, I’m not quite egotistical enough to post my favourite quotes from my own interview. So you’ll just have to read the whole thing :-) Originally posted at David McDonald’s blog:   2012 Aussie Snapshot: Ben Payne Ben Payne … Continue reading

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Snapshots! Part Fifteen

Greg Mellor The actual theme for the collection came about during 2011 … I won’t give too much away, as I’d like readers to see for themselves, and I don’t want Russell to tear up the contract before the book … Continue reading

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Snapshots! Part Thirteen

Glenda Larke As an Australian, the daughter of a farmer, I know about the preciousness of water. We bathed in untreated water pumped up from the river when I was a kid. Some of my earliest memories are about shortages … Continue reading

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