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On tour

I am just back from a very quick trip to Melbourne for the Aurealis awards – I came home without a trophy but I had a great time, met some very cool people and remain stoked that Dyschronia is on the SF novel shortlist alongside some excellent books. Congratulations to this year’s winners and to […]

Aurealis shortlist

This week the Aurealis awards shortlists were announced and I was thrilled to find Dyschronia has been shortlisted for Best Science Fiction novel! These are Australia’s only major SF/F awards, and I am so pleased that the Aurealis judges have included my work on the shortlist along with some other brilliant books. Speaking of science […]

List and anti-list

A last post for the year, and a last essay: ‘Against Realism’ is out in the new Overland, my final issue as fiction editor. It’s a reflection on the role of dystopias and utopias, and something of a defence of the dystopian turn (in the service of making this world better, of course). This essay […]

One foot in front of the other

I’ve been a bit quiet here as I wade deep into another draft of the new novel. It has felt good to be able to give it the time after a chaotic first half of the year (releasing a book while demolishing and rebuilding parts of your house is slightly disruptive). But most of the […]