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Whats On : February 2009
Aurealis speculative scover the best Australian ience fiction, fantasy and rror of 2008. gratulations to the finalists of the 2008 Aurealis Awards! ners will be announced at the Aurealis Awards ceremony e Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts in Brisbane aturday 24 January 2009. t science fiction novel edford, Time Machines Repaired While-U-Wait, Edge ce Fiction and Fantasy Publishing nne de Pierres, Chaos Space, Book Two of the nts of Orion, Orbit Haynes, Hal Spacejock: No Free Lunch, ntle Press fiction talks The Aurealis Awards celebrate Australian speculative fiction including Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror genres. If you are a budding speculative fiction writer join in a workshop presented by finalists in the 2008 awards. writing for Kids Westwood, The Daughters of Moab, HarperVoyager Williams, Earth Ascendant, Astropolis Book Two, Orbit t fantasy novel Goodman, The Two Pearls of Wisdom, HarperCollins Kelso, Amberlight, Juno Books o Lanagan, Tender Morsels, Allen & Unwin Marillier, Heir to Sevenwaters, Macmillan Australia Miller, The Riven Kingdom, Godspeaker Book Two, rVoyager 13th Annual best science fiction short story Simon Brown, ‘The Empire’, Dreaming Again, HarperVoyager Nathan Burrage, ‘Black and Bitter, Thanks’, The Workers’ Paradise, Ticonderoga Publications Trent Jamieson, ‘Delivery’, Cosmos, #21 Author of The Last T’En trilogy and The Lost Shimmaron: The Evil Overlord Rowena Cory Daniells will talk about writing fiction for children, the differences between Trade and Educational markets, requirements for different ages and lead some writing exercises. Appearing at Garden City and Brisbane Square libraries. t horror novel Dann, The Economy of Light, PS Publishing Gadd, Ghostlines, Scribe Publications Harwood, The Séance, Jonathan Cape best horror short story so you want to be a Join us for the Aurealis Awards Gala Ceremony on Saturday, 24 January 2009. For ticket info or more detail on the Aurealis Awards, visit our website: www.aurealisawards.com writer: what now? Marianne de Pierres has written the Parish Plessis and Sentients of Orion series and is a co-founder with Rowena Cory Daniells of the Vision Writer’s Group. She will help you get started in the writing industry with inside tips and a wealth of publishing experience. Appearing at Sunnybank Hills Library. From idea to story and beyond Trent Jamieson has had more than 60 short stories published in the last decade and is a finalist in three categories of the 2008 Aurealis Awards. Find out how Trent takes his stories from ideas to writing and then publication. Trent will talk about world building, research and finding the time and space to write your stories. Appearing at Toowong Library. See the A-Z listings for dates and times of workshops. 2 Lee Battersby, ‘In From the Snow’, Dreaming Again, HarperVoyager Deborah Biancotti, ‘Pale Dark Soldier’, Midnight Echo, #1 Trent Jamieson, ‘Day Boy’, Murky Depths, #4 Kirstyn McDermott, ‘Painlessness’, Greatest Uncommon Denominator (GUD), #2 Ian McHugh, ‘Bitter Dreams’, L Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future, Vol XXIV Margo Lanagan, ‘The Fifth Star in the Southern Cross’, Dreaming Again, HarperVoyager Tansy Rayner Roberts, ‘Fleshy’, 2012, Twelfth Planet Press best fantasy short story Thoraiya Dyer, ‘Night Heron’s Curse’, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, #37 Karen Maric, ‘The Last Deflowerer’, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, #32 Angela Slatter, ‘Dresses, Three’, Shimmer, Vol 2 #4 Cat Sparks, ‘Sammarynda Deep’, Paper Cities, Senses 5 Press Kim Westwood, ‘Nightship’, Dreaming Again, HarperVoyager