Snapshot 2014: Dirk Flinthart

Dirk Flinthart is an Australian writer of  speculative fiction, living in north-eastern Tasmania. When he isn’t staring blankly at a computer monitor, Flinthart spends his time raising three kids, handling a fifty-acre rural property, teaching martial arts, cooking, drinking, and playing with swords and bows. Notable to date mostly for short stories, he is also […]

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Snapshot 2014: Jane Rawson

  Jane Rawson is the author of ‘A wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists’, short-listed for the 2013 Aurealis Award for science fiction. Her short fiction has been published in Sleepers Almanac and some other lesser-known spots. For money, she writes about IT. She lives in Melbourne’s western suburbs with her husband and […]

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Snapshot 2014: Graham Storrs

Graham Storrs is a former research scientist and interactive multimedia specialist. These days he lives and writes in the Australian bush. He has published many short stories in magazines and anthologies as well as five novels: the sci-fi thriller, Timesplash, and its Aurealis Award shortlisted sequel, True Path;the augmented reality dystopian thriller, Heaven is a […]

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Snapshot 2014!

Snapshot has taken place four times in the past 10 years. In 2005, Ben Peek spent a frantic week interviewing 43 people in the Australian spec fic scene, and since then, it’s grown every time, now taking a team of interviewers working together to accomplish! In the lead up to Worldcon in London, we will […]

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What the Heck

Is going on here… and well may you ask. Well, yes, I have just copied a whole load of content over from another site – mainly because Posterous went bust and my LJ is a ghost town . But also because I might start doing some writing about books and sf and such again soon, […]

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