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The Canberra speculative fiction convention, Conflux 8, is coming up – it will be held from 29-30 September 2012 at the Novotel. I’m planning to attend, and look forward to carrying on some of the great conversations we started at … Continue reading
Bunions! Surgery! But, if like me, you have had these two words mentioned to you in the same sentence by a doctor or orthopaedic surgeon, you might be interested in my experiences over the past couple of weeks. You can … Continue reading
It’s been one hell of a year. An out of control busy job, a spot of Army Reserve work, marginal work on my masters research project, half a dozen stories written and published, and two children nurtured for another year. … Continue reading
I attended my first writing convention (‘con’ for those in the know) over the Canberra long weekend and what a hoot it was. I met some amazingly talented SpecFic authors, editors and fans and had a blast hanging out with … Continue reading
Life just keeps on getting in the way, doesn’t it? I have barely had a chance to write these past six months; work has been totally consuming and not in a good way, rather, in an ‘eat you up and … Continue reading
So, a confession. I’ve never really understood the whole ‘vampire thing’. It always seemed a bit naff. Boy with fangs bites girl. Girl swoons (or dies). The end. When a friend of mine last year suggested I watch the first … Continue reading
I’m having one of those days. Don’t really feel like doing anything much. I should be studying, but I don’t have the intellectual energy. I have a short story waiting to be written, but I’m not in the right frame … Continue reading
Paul Servini had the daunting task of being the first writer in the Yang book of the Chinese Whisperings anthology. Read his reflections on the writing process here.
Remember playing Chinese Whispers (also called Telephone) when you were a kid? You’d line up with your friends and the person at the front would whisper a longish sentence into the next person’s ear. That person would then attempt to … Continue reading
A chronicle of an Australian ’emerging’ writer.