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Alien Steampunk: B. J. Muirhead reviews 'The Airmen (Part 1: The Pirates of Aireon)' by R.J. Ashby

The Airmen (Part 1: The Pirates of Aireon) by R.J. Ashby. Dragonfall Press 2012.

Science-fiction is a very difficult area in which to publish. A part of the reason is the unwillingness of publishers to take on unknown authors in a world where it seems that fame alone sells. 1,068 more words

Issue 13

Hear Me Roar!

I’m delighted to announce my first sale of 2015! My story, ‘The Fruits of Revolution’, will be appearing in an upcoming anthology, ‘Hear Me Roar’ 194 more words

Writing

Galactic Chat 62: In Which I Reply to Most Excellent Questions

Happy New Year, all!

Hope you’ve had a safe and happy holiday season! Mine kicked off with an excellent interview with Seán Wright for Galactic Chat, in which we chat — amongst other things — about my forthcoming novel, … 86 more words

Also in the slow-off-the-mark department:

… a couple of further announcements.

First, it gives me great pleasure to announce that no less than four of the stories from Next, last year’s CSFG anthology… 323 more words

October is the Month of Authorial Announcements

2014 has already been a fantastic year for me as a writer, and this month kicked off to an excellent start with the launch of Phantazein, the latest FableCroft anthology. 336 more words

Fairy Tale Tuesday

The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2013 ToC Announced

From the Ticonderoga website:

We’re really happy to be able to announce the final line-up and cover of the fourth volume of The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror… 367 more words

Stuff

Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2013

It’s always an honour and a delight to have a story selected for the Ticonderoga Publications series The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror, 294 more words

Writing & Publishing