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Book releases, WorldCons, local cons, anthologies, and more!
The CSFG is very excited to announce its monstrous next anthology, Unnatural Order, edited by Alis Franklin and Alyssa Wickramasinghe! The dragon on her hoard. The horror in its void. The word-spanning AI. The demon reaping souls. Too often fiction portrays the non-human as Other; as a threat to be [...]
Our monthly meeting is upon us this Wednesday 17 July 2019. It's at the usual time (7.30pm) and the usual place (the City Hellenic Club, 13 Moore Street, Civic). This month’s second half speaker is Shane W Smith who’s an Australian graphic novelist based here in Canberra. His books cover [...]
Entries are now open for the 2019 Aurealis Awards. As per the announcement, the Awards are, for works created by an Australian citizen or permanent resident, and published for the first time between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2019. More information on both the awards in general, as well [...]
Welcome back to a new year! I hope everyone is set up for a fantastic 2019 and everyone's writing is in full swing. But even if it’s not, CSFG’s first meeting of 2019 is on Wednesday 20 February 2019 (usual time and location - see calendar for details) and boy [...]
The 2018 CSFG AGM will be held on 17 October 2018. Generally, the AGM will take up some of the first hour of our normal meeting (from 7:30 pm). The outgoing committee will report on the activities and our many achievements for the year, and the members present will vote [...]
Over the last 12 months various bits of the CSFG community have been busy producing a new anthology, and it's almost here! Join us at 5.45pm on Sunday, 30 September at the Vibe Hotel, Canberra Airport, to launch this veritable treasure-box of irresistible delights. Tales of deviousness, delinquency and depravity [...]
Sometimes there’s nothing better than opening a new novel and seeing the world spread out over the first few pages. Maps to show people the shape of the world you’ve created are a staple of many a fantasy novel. This month, we asked our resident expert on maps, Russell Kirkpatrick, [...]