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Christmas Greetings!

Brief greetings from the land of dangerous animals, dangerous weather and even more dangerous politicians.   Well, down here in Australia, another Christmas is almost over. As usual, I ate too much and did too little. Family time.   As some of you are aware, December 25 is also my birthday and I now move […]

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Even More Links

Some more links about writing that I’ve found intriguing! First is from Martin T. Ingham’s Three Cents Worth site. Write What You Like is a great explanation as to why trying to write that next great story that jumps on the same bandwagon as everyone else could be a waste of time. It’s full of […]

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Hey, look! More links!

A bunch more links to various things, and some comments thereon. Let’s start with the editor of two (count ’em, 2!) anthologies I appear in, and a third coming out some time this year. Kevin G. Bufton has been doing a blog tour to promote his new book Cake (which I will buy when i have some […]

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Kameron Hurley – awesome link

Kameron Hurley is a writer who recently posted a long essay that has been reposted so many times it feels almost redundant for me to do the same, but I think it needs to be done. Great read – take your time to read it. Well worth it. http://aidanmoher.com/blog/featured-article/2013/05/we-have-always-fought-challenging-the-women-cattle-and-slaves-narrative-by-kameron-hurley/  

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Interview!

Ah yes, another author interview! Like I said before, I actually quite enjoy these little diversions, so here’s one for the upcoming Temporal Element anthology. Enjoy: http://martiningham.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/author-interview-steven-gepp.html

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Links And News

Some news – three more rejections came in the past week. Spandex Dreams, my wrestling novel which I don’t think I’ve discussed here, was rejected by the Canadian publisher who asked for it. I have written to another Canadian publisher about it as well, but they don’t do fiction by non-Canadians, and I am grateful […]

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SA Writers Centre

The South Australian Writers Centre is my home state’s writing centre. It’s been around since 1987, and I’ve been a member since 1988. Although it hasn’t helped me a great deal over the course of what we shall laughingly call my career, per se, it did give me the details of a writing competition which […]

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