Tsana Dolichva is one such, and she recently posted, on her book blog, a detailed and positive review of Use Only As Directed. I appreciate the lack of homogeneity and the novelty of getting something completely different each time I picked up the anthology. Instead, I will do neither, but shall modestly quote an isolated paragraph from the review:.
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I recommend this collection to all fans of speculative fiction. And a bunch were fantasy or somewhere in between. Highly recommended.
- DragonBlog by Simon Petrie.
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If, having digested the excellent paragraph above, you find youself to be hungry for more and why would you not be? Darusha Wehm clearly knows her way around a mystery story.
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A few days ago, she posted this summary of her reading experience. And Tsana Dolichva—author, reviewer, astrophysicist, and scourge of sciencefailing fiction —has blogged her review of Flight Modesty and a sense of online etiquette prevents me from quoting the entire review, but you can follow the link.
And sometime within the coming year I think I really need to decide whether I have a novel or two in me. Which Australian writers or work would you like to see on the Hugo shortlists this year? But, if you insist and I can sense that you do :.
There are other names I think should be up there, too. Margo Lanagan. Jason Fischer.
Felicity Dowker. Peter M.
Jo Anderton. Stephen Dedman. Geoff Maloney. Lee Battersby.
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Thoraiya Dyer. Et cetera. Will you be at Aussiecon 4 in September? If so, what are you most looking forward to about it? Yes, I will be at Aussiecon 4.