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Coming In Issue 198

A Terminology Dispute
by Wes Parish

Deserted Village
by DW Walker

Jeeves & The Zombie Apocalypse
by Tony Owens

Of Fields, Half Sown
by Kurt Hunt

Perceptions 3 Renunion
by Christine Gladstone

by Paul Hughan

by Derek Smith

The Arms Dealer
By Harris Tobias

Words On A Page
Tsana Dolichva

Zeb Carter


  • Fablecroft Publishes Focus 2013

    75-focus-2013-covFocus 2013: highlights of Australian short fiction hit the virtual shelves on October 1, 2014. The second of an annual series, Focus 2013 collects an elite selection of work which has received acclaim via national and international Awards shortlisting.

    Focus 2013: highlights of Australian short fiction features work by...

    D.K. Mok – "Morning Star"

    Juliet Marillier – "By Bone-Light"

    Joanne Anderton – "Mah Song"

    Thoraiya Dyer – "Seven Days in Paris"

    Tansy Rayner Roberts – "Cold White Daughter"

    C.S. McMullen – "The Nest"

    Cat Sparks – "Scarp"

    Kaaron Warren – "Air, Water and the Grove"

    Kirstyn McDermott – "The Home for Broken Dolls"

    Kathleen Jennings – Illustrations and cover art

  • European Utopiales Prize Winners

    utopialesFinalists for the 2014 European Utopiales Prize have been announced.


    Juste à temps, Philippe Curval (La Volte)

    7 secondes pour devenir un aigle, Thomas Day (Le Bélial)

    Sumerki, Dmitry Glukhovsky (L'Atalante)

    L'Opéra de Shaya, Sylvie Lainé, (Actusf) La longue terre, Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter (L'Atalante)


    See more at: Locusmag.com


November 2014

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November Radio Shows

Dubhe November 1
Money Back Guarantee - by Zeb Carter
The Space Between - by Kevin J. Phyland
Three Wise Fools - by Wes Parish


Kaus Australis November 8
Scavenger Of The Deft Hand - by David Adès
Hot Water - by David W Walker
The Grief Counsellors - by David Scholes


Mirfak November 15
Eden, Paved - by Shaun A. Saunders
Deadbeat - by Stephen L Thompson
Slippery Worlds - by PS Cottier


Wezen November 23
Flashback: Mating Season - by Angela Slatter
Flashback: Hahnemann's Warriors - by Brendan Carson
Flashback: Toilet Town - by Jason Fischer


Alkaid November 30
Flashback: Museum - by Trent Jamieson
Flashback: A Short Prayer - by Rob Riel
Thek - by Harris Tobias


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