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Aramis Fox and the Twitter Fiction Festival

Originally posted on Aramis Fox:
So there’s this Twitter Fiction Festival thing happening over in the US (so to speak) this week, where a bunch of authors are mucking about with the form in various ways, all under the aegis…

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Published: This Mutant Life: Bad Company

Also last year I was pleased to score a further bite of the Kalamity Press cherry by being included in This Mutant Life: Bad Company, the second This Mutant Life anthology of NeoPulp superheroic fiction to arrive just in time

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“…a ruck of other soldiers died around them.”

                                                       Now Amarinceus’ son Diores – fate shackled Diores fast and a jagged rock struck him against his right shin, beside the ankle. Pirous son of Imbrasus winged it hard and true, the Thracian chief who had sailed across from Aenus…

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Why Do You Write Poetry? – Frank X. Walker

Another month, another answer, hey? This time we’re favoured by US poet Frank X. Walker, whose Turn Me Loose: The Unghosting of Medgar Evers I was fortunate enough to read earlier this year. Great stuff – powerful, political historical poetry

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Published: She Called Up Her Mind’s Fire And Watched Him Burn

I’m pretty stoked to have a story in This Mutant Life an anthology of NeoPulp writing – specifically, short stories about superheroes – published by the inestimable Ben Langdon. My story in TML is one I wrote years back as

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Published: The Moon is Not Talking to Us

I’ve got a poem in cordite 43.1, also known as PUMPKIN, which would make it their Halloween issue I guess. Which is nice. According to the editorial, this issue of cordite explores “the quasi-transmedia intersection of the literal and the

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“Making Deadlines is the Goddamn Job.”: Talking to Christian Read

Black City is Christian Read’s debut novel, an occult noir tale set in a city seething with magic, home to a modern melting-pot of mixed magical traditions that coexist alongside and underneath the ordinary everyday lives of “citizens”. Christian’s published

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Adult with Teenage Themes: Talking To Kirsten Krauth

just_a_girl is Kirsten Krauth’s debut novel, published earlier this year by UWA Publishing. It’s a story about the tensions between 14-year-old Layla and Margot, her mother, as they both recover from the trauma of Margot’s separation from Layla’s dad in

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Why Do You Write Poetry? – TT.O.

Over on The Blue Corner I ask Famous Poet TT.O. why he writes poetry. I use a lot of Ps. He answers with passion and precision.

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Sharing Ink – Free Beautiful Things Just Left On the Street!

If you’re in the Melbourne CBD this Thursday, the 1st of August, you might keep an eye out for something that looks a little like your man here on the right. It’s one of the journals being released as part

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