Hear Me Roar

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Image credit: Flavio Takemoto.

I’m thrilled to announce that my short story ‘Function A:save(target.Dawn)’ will appear in Ticonderoga Publications’ Hear Me Roar anthology, edited by the inimitable Liz Grzyb.

Preorders are available now for this June 2015 publication.

The Never Never Land

An art installation featuring multicoloured metal squares and diamonds.

Metal quilt art installation at the Cascades Female Factory Historic Site, Hobart, Tasmania. Photo: Rivqa Rafael.

I’m very excited to (belatedly) announce my first fiction publication, in the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild’s anthology, The Never Never Land. I’m honoured to be in such good company at such an early stage of this journey.

Publication details are forthcoming.

Heart of the garden

A great deal spritelier than most ninety-year-olds, Sister Loyola is more likely to be found making compost or planting seedlings than idling away her days.

Read more of my review of Gardening With Soul at Green Lifestyle.


Zero waste

Cover image of Outsmart WasteFrom the economical principles behind landfill to the nitty-gritty of how to upcycle chocolate wrappers, Tom Skazy will change the way you think about rubbish.

Read more of my review of Outsmart Waste at Green Lifestyle.

The maths of everything

Jennifer-Ouellette-credit-Ken-Weingart-2This interview was originally published in COSMOS Magazine, issue 51.

Los Angeles-based Jennifer Ouellette writes about science, particularly physics, for The Wall Street JournalNew Scientist and Physics World. Her most recent book, The Calculus Diaries, tackles many students’ nemesis, mathematics. She tells COSMOS reviews editor Rivqa Rafael why she took up the challenge.  Continue reading