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Three days into a new decade and it seems the apocalypse is here in Australia. Our beautiful coastal towns are being reduced to ashes, our mountain ranges are on fire and our nation’s capital is choked with acrid smoke. It’s … Continue reading
Wow, I missed 2017 and 2018! What happened? Not a lot on the writing front, that’s for sure. I did, however *drum roll*, graduate from my Master of Philosophy degree, change jobs, travel overseas (twice), join a new blues band … Continue reading
Well, another year is in the can, done and dusted (or will be in another 12 hours). I can’t say I’m sad to see 2015 go. It’s been a hell of a year for so many people. While it has … Continue reading
The good news? I’m writing again! The bad news? I am sloth-like in my progress. But anything is better than nothing and keeping that screenplay tucked up in my head in its warmest, flannel pyjamas won’t get it any closer … Continue reading
Argh, an academic I am not meant to be. My long-suffering MPhil thesis will remain in my life for a little longer: my annual progress review did not go according to plan and I am now about 6,000 words in … Continue reading
I’m looking forward to the annual Conflux speculative fiction conference, which is being held at the Novotel hotel in Canberra this weekend, 29-30 Sep 12. Some great local, national and international speakers will entertain writers, readers and fans of speculative … Continue reading
I often hold something in my hand, gaze at it and wonder what I’ll do without it in the apocalypse. What, you too? Then head on over to Romance Writers of the Apocalypse, where they are crowd-sourcing a list: http://www.rwofthea.com/2012/08/what-would-you-miss-most-in-post.html … Continue reading