My silly short story ‘Cod Philosophy’ has gone up on great podcast zine Drabblecast. Drabblecast also featured my equally silly short story ‘Aqua Vita‘ last year.
The Age shows off its usual quality writing*:
Building unions fined $1.3m for legal breaches
But if they were legal. . .?
‘He jumped on his head with both feet’
How very agile of him.
*Yes, that’s a deliberate ambiguity.
Taken from the Wheatland Press blog. Note that Polyphony 7 will contain my short story ‘The Possibility of Love’.
In 2002, the Polyphony anthology series debuted. Conceived as a short fiction venue for stories that would skate gracefully across the boundaries of science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, and literary fiction, it was quickly recognized as the standard [...]
Me: Hmm, my sister should think about becoming an informatics nurse.
Jono: A nymphomatics nurse?
Oh dear. Hopefully I think before I speak more often than I apparently think before I type.
The cover for the anthology Scenes for the Second Storey, which will be published by Morrigan Books in September, has been revealed:
Here’s the spiffy ToC:
Dream Machine - David Conyers
She Said - Kirstyn McDermott
The Blind Man - Felicity Dowker
I’ve Seen The Man - Paul Haines
The Desert Song - Andrew McKiernan
Home - Martin Livings
It’s All Over - [...]
From a WIP:
“sucked up by the vortext. . .”
Clearly, I’m the queen of the portmanteau neologism.
There were even those who refused to set food on what could be considered the ground here. . .
From The Age:
6:45AM Wheels of bus packed with kids fall off