About alis

Alis Franklin is a thirtysomething Australian author of queer speculative fiction. She likes cooking, video games, Norse mythology, and feathered dinosaurs. She’s never seen a live drop bear, but stays away from tall trees, just in case.

You can find Alis at her website, Mastodon, Twitter, Tumblr, or Dreamwidth.

For her sins, Alis also maintains the CSFG website. Questions, comments, or complaints? Email her!

Entries open for the 2020 Norma K Hemming Award.

Entries are currently open for the Norma K Heming Award, designed to recognise excellence in the exploration of themes of race, gender, sexuality, class or disability in a published speculative fiction work. The award is open to short fiction, novellas, novels, anthologies, collections, graphic novels, stage plays, and serialised works [...]

2020-02-08T13:18:02+11:008th February, 2020|Tags: |

The 2020 CSFG member survey!

CSFG members past, present, and prospective, it is time! Time we want to hear from you, yes you, to help us shape the CSFG going into 2020 and beyond. In order to help us gather feedback in a structured way, we have devised a survey. It shouldn't take too long [...]

2019-12-05T13:24:47+11:005th December, 2019|