Being NowHere Showcase Event

Yesterday evening, creative collaborators and arts industry representatives came together for a showcase event and roundtable discussion in Southport. The showcase and conversation was to celebrate and discuss Being NowHere, a collaboration program for artists from diverse backgrounds, run by City of Gold Coast. Here’s a link to the video work pictured below, “Experiencing Space.” This is […]

2016

This was a massive year! It seemed to fly by and yet so much happened. Some of the highlights… I took a lot of selfies, including this one to do with Contact. In writing stuff, I loved attending conventions and having Uncontainable published in Apex Magazine. But I really tried to focus more on what […]

Back Home and Swancon Highlights

I finally got a full night of sleep, partly due to being home in my dark quiet room, and in my home time-zone, and away from all the convention excitement. I haven’t taken off my Swancon T-shirt yet! It’s so comfy and I still feel a bit wrapped in Swancon this way. But it will […]

At Swancon 2015

Morning Lovelies! I’m having a great time at Swancon. Sleep isn’t really working that well, but who needs sleep when you can blog? The positive reaction about Natcon 2016 being in Brisbane is great! We’ve got a shiny new website and are running a special con promo this weekend, so check out our website and rates here. The […]

Snapshot 2014: Claire McKenna

Claire McKenna is a writer and Clarion South Writers Workshop graduate who lives in the infamous Melbourne suburb of Frankston along with a big boy and a little boy. She started writing short stories over 20 years ago and is now too entrenched in the habit to give it up, content with serial offending in […]

Snapshot 2014: Elizabeth Fitzgerald

Elizabeth Fitzgerald has been a freelance editor since 2004 and is the owner of Earl Grey Editing. She has worked on a wide variety of publications–most notably Winds of Change, an anthology of speculative fiction short stories by CSFG Publishing. From 2010 until 2013, she was a committee member of  the CSFG, serving as Secretary […]

Snapshot 2014: Tom Dullemond

  Tom Dullemond stumbled out of university with a double degree in Medieval/Renaissance studies and Software Engineering. One of these degrees got him a job and he has been writing and working in IT ever since. Tom writes primarily short fiction across all genres, including literary fiction and the occasional poem. He co-authored ‘The Machine […]