There and back again

A quick update after a quiet couple of months (I’m almost finished a few stories, I promise!).

In May I travelled to Madison, Wisconsin for WisCon, a feminist science fiction convention. I met some interesting people, bought more books than I thought I could fit in my suitcase (I was wrong and my suitcase is an enabler), and was enriched by the panels and discussion I attended. Of course, I liveblogged what I could.

Back at home, I was interviewed by the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild, who are set to release the ebook version of The Never Never Land on the first of July. It’ll be available on Smashwords and elsewhere.

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.