Monthly Archives: June 2016

Review: The Never-Never Land, edited by Mitchell Ackhurst, Phillip Berrie and Ian McHugh

Australia has it own mythologies. Some of them were here long before Europeans arrived; some of them are yet to come. Steam-powered bushrangers. Restless penal colonies. Robotic mining operations. Fairy colonies in the gum trees and old ghosts in the … Continue reading

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AWW16: Through Splintered Walls by Kaaron Warren

Country road, city street, mountain, creek. These are stories inspired by the beauty, the danger, the cruelty, emptiness, loneliness and perfection of the Australian landscape. Published by Twelfth Planet Press. This review is presented as part of my commitment to … Continue reading

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Review: Monstrous Little Voices

It is the time of Shakespeare. Storms rage, armies clash, magics are done – and stories are made. Five new great and terrible tales reshape the Bard’s vision, a new set of stories that will be told and retold down … Continue reading

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