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WINDS OF CHANGE book trailer!

A wonderful trailer for the upcoming CSFG anthology Winds of Change, courtesy of Nicole Murphy.  Stay tuned for launch and preorder details! [youtube=]

2011-09-13T23:25:09+10:0013th September, 2011|

Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 2010 – the reading list

A little while back we were delighted to announce that several CSFG members had had work selected for Ticonderoga's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror anthology.  The editors of that anthology have now released a supplementary reading list to accompany the release of the book. We congratulate everyone whose work made [...]

2019-08-01T07:57:48+10:0025th August, 2011|

The Australian Speculative Fiction Blog Carnival

Every month a blogger in the Australian spec fic writing scene takes a turn to host the monthly blog carnival, collecting posts, chatter, advice, news and announcements from all across our community and rolling them all into one easy guide to what we've all been up to. This month's Carnival [...]

2018-04-18T09:11:57+10:0016th August, 2011|

ROGUE GADDA by Nicole Murphy – cover and launch date!

Nicole Murphy's Dream of Asarlai trilogy of paranormal romance adventure is steaming toward its resolution in Rogue Gadda, and Harper Voyager have now released the cover art that the final volume will wear. If you haven't yet entered the world of the Gadda, get started on the trilogy with Secret [...]

2018-06-15T06:41:09+10:0030th May, 2011|

MISTIFICATION by Kaaron Warren – read an extract!

Kaaron Warren's latest novel Mistification will hit shelves this June, but now we don't need to wait that long to get a look.  Check out the cover and a taster extract, courtesy of her publisher Angry Robot. Kaaron's other novels for the Robot are Slights and Walking the Tree, and you can find [...]

2018-04-30T08:02:36+10:0018th May, 2011|

Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror

Ticonderoga Publications have announced their selections for this year's Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror collection.  The book will be a great cross-section of Australian writing talent and includes work by several CSFG members. Congratulations to everyone whose work was selected, but especially: R J Astruc for "Johnny and Babushka"; [...]

2018-04-18T09:12:42+10:004th May, 2011|


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