1 edition of Australian speculative fiction found in the catalog.
Australian speculative fiction
Donna Maree Hanson
|Statement||Donna Maree Hanson|
|LC Classifications||PR9612.6.S34 H36 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[ix], 226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||2006386875|
Australian Writers. Peruse Australia's best authors, uncover new talent. Search by genre, author's name, or browse featured books. A readers goldmine. Dirk Strasser has co-edited/co-published Australia’s premiere speculative fiction magazine Aurealis for 30 years and founded the Aurealis Awards. His screenplay of Conquist was a Finalist at the Cinequest Film & Creativity Festival, Richmond International Film Festival, the Fresh Voices Original Screenplay Competition and the Byron Bay.
Currently Seeking: I'm currently looking for nonfiction that explores big events from new angles, whip-smart cultural criticism, as well as original and urgent journalism and science writing. I'm also on the lookout for books to engage kids in nonfiction topics, from ancient history to contemporary issues. I am not currently considering poetry, picture books, romance, science fiction. Photograph: Hachette Australia Terra Nullius fits under the broad umbrella of speculative fiction but describing its genre, plot or antecedents in greater detail is a delicate balancing act and.
The tales span multiple genres, including science fiction, horror, fantasy, dystopian and urban fantasy, told by some award-winning authors and new stars of the Australian and New Zealand speculative fiction scene. Go here to get your copy! January 21st: WINTER MASQUERADE by Kevin Klehr. Australian speculative fiction: a genre overview. [Donna Maree Hanson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Donna Maree Hanson. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:
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Australian Speculative Fiction. Science fiction, fantasy, horror and paranormal written by Australian authors. Score. A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
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It could be termed an Australian speculative fiction menu, providing a choice of courses—or it could be used as a map for discovering Australian Speculative Fiction. In his foreword to the work, Van Ikin says, “This book is a celebration of Australian speculative fiction, coming at a time when there is much to celebrate.
The tales span multiple genres, Australian speculative fiction book science fiction, horror, fantasy, dystopian and urban fantasy, and are told by some award-winning authors and new stars of the Australian and New Zealand speculative fiction scene.
AQUARIUS is the second in a series of Speculative Fiction anthologies inspired by the signs of the Zodiac. This is a really unique collection, with some fantastic science fiction and fantasy stories interspersed with some shorter pieces and some excellent poems, all inspired by the myths behind the Aquarius sign/5(3).
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Once and Future: Australian Speculative Fiction In Memoriam, Peter Nicholls, – ‘Science fiction writers are the hounds of hell. They raise their shaggy black heads and sniff the wind, and feel the future coming,’ the late critic and editor Peter Nicholls once said.
Australian writers from all backgrounds will bring those elements of culture into a wide range of speculative fiction tales. For instance, in Jack Dann and Janeen Webb’s Dreaming Down Under the land plays a consistent role across a number of. Start reading some awesome Aussie speculative fiction now Ready to find your next favourite book.
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Now all. Welcome to Speculative Fiction, Australia. We are a group of Australian writers and readers who hope to showcase a love of Speculative Fiction, with a focus on Australian literature.
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I think speculative fiction does the same thing, by taking some aspect of reality and making that metaphorical aspect literally true in the fictional world, you’re now able to essentially view the world through a different set of filters, that enhances certain things you don’t otherwise see, and draws connections between things that you don’t otherwise think are connected.
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Australian writers ponder future ravaged by climate change, pandemic in speculative fiction anthology After Australia ABC Arts By Hannah Reich for The Book ShowAuthor: Hannah Reich. Bagage: An anthology of Australian Speculative Fiction An anthology of Australian Speculative Fiction, BAGGAGE presents some of the finest new work by Aussie writers, including Jack Dann, Monica Carroll, K.
Bishop, Kaaron Warren, and many more. Twenty-nine all new science fiction stories of humanity’s adventures out there, anywhere but Earth. Featuring original works by Margo Lanagan, Sean McMullen, Richard Harland and Kim Westwood among a galaxy of new and established Australian and overseas speculative fiction authors.
‘Keith Stevenson has done it again. In an Australian first, it was long-listed for the Miles Franklin, our most prestigious literary award, after having won the niche Aurealis Award for .Let’s talk about Peter Temple, because his book Truth is your first choice.
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Originally conceived by the executive director of Diversity Arts Australia, Lena Nahlous, this book would bring together Indigenous writers and writers of colour from every state and territory in.