CSFG member Donna Hanson has interviewed CSFG member JT Clay in the wake of her first novel, A Single Girl's Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. Not that we're a sheltered workshop or anything - it's part of Donna's new author spotlight interview series. The novel is available at Momentum Books [...]
Yes, we've finally been dragged kicking and screaming into the Noughties (oh, wait… what?) Come find us! Like us! Witness the evolution of the writerly beard!
(and for the last bit of December when we were all flaked out on holidays) CONGRATULATIONS! To Kaaron Warren, whose story "Air, Water and the Grove" has been included in The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2014 from Prime Books. To Alan Baxter, whose story "The Fathomed Wreck To See" and [...]
Patty Jansen has released her latest book, Ambassador 2: Raising Hell, the sequel to her 2013 novel Ambassador: Seeing Red. Seeing Red is available as an e-book and as a trade paperback from Ticonderoga Publications. Raising Hell is currently available in e-book formats and Patty is running a 99c introductory offer [...]
AKA Dani Kristoff, following the publication of her new paranormal romance novel, Bespelled. Check out the interview here.
Shauna O'Meara has put together a Flickr portfolio of her illustration work for CSFG's Next anthology, Nicole Murphy's In Fabula-divino and others. Here's the cover she did for Next: Great stuff - check out the rest.
Congratulations! To Kaaron Warren, whose story "The Human Moth" is shortlisted for Best Horror Short Fiction and whose story "Air, Water and the Grove" is shortlisted for Best SF Short Fiction, and Ian McHugh, whose story "Cold, Cold War" is listed for Best Fantasy Short Fiction at the 2013 Aurealis [...]
CSFG's most recent Writers of the Future Contest winner, Shauna O'Meara, has been interviewed at the Sputnik's Orbit blog, about liking spiders, winning at Donkey Kong and being able to warble like an Australian Magpie, among other matters of grave importance. Oh, and writing.
Congratulations! To Kaaron Warren, who continues to win all of the awards, taking out Best Science Fiction Short Story at the 2013 Aurealis Awards with her story "Air, Water and the Grove". To Rob Easterbrook for finishing his PhD! Covers! Alan Baxter's forthcoming novel, Bound Patty Jansen's new novel,For Queen [...]
by Ian McHugh Following the release of her new e-book, Innocence Lost – part one of her For Queen and Country saga – I interviewed Patty Jansen about the new book, self-publishing and her writing process. This will be the first in an occasional series of interviews with CSFG members [...]