Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene have compiled 34 fantastic stories and poems first published in 2012, from New Zealand's and Australia's finest writers.
The contents are
In addition to the above incredible tales, the volume will include a review of 2012 and a list of highly recommended stories.
The editors will shortly begin reading for the fourth volume of The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror.
The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2012 is scheduled for publication in July 2013 and can be pre-ordered at indiebooksonline.com. The anthology will be available in hardcover, ebook and trade editions.
Edit 22/04/2013: Our original post credited The Apex Book of World SF 2 for the first appearance of Will Elliott's "Hungry Man". We have now amended this to reflect it's true first publication. Apologies to all concerned.
We are incredibly delighted to have three nominees in the mix and would like to wish Felicity Dowker, Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene all the very best with this!
Congratulations and good luck to all of the other finalists too!
Congratulations to editors Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene, and to all of the volume's contributors, on this wonderful success!
We're incredibly chuffed at this achievement!
You can order this volume at http://www.indiebooksonline.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=114
It has come to our attention this weekend that copies of The 400-Million-Year Itch by Steven Utley, ordered through online channels since 25 January 2013, have been printed using incorrect cover art.
We are currently working with the printer to have this issue rectified as soon as possible.
All internal work is the final corrected text, it is only the cover that has the wrong artwork.
We'd like to apologise to anyone who has received this version of the book and will replace any copies with this cover.
Contributors Pia Ravenari and Anthony Panegyres joined editor Liz Grzyb in front of a crowd of friends, family and supporters.
Belly dancers from Mystique set the scene with a wonderful performance, before Anthony Panegyres read from his story "Oleander: An Ottoman Tale".
The event also gave us an opportunity to heap praise on Pia Ravenari for her wonderful cover art on Juliet Marillier's collection Prickle Moon.
Dreaming of Djinn will be commercially available in May. You can pre-order from indiebooksonline at http://www.indiebooksonline.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=141
“Sanaa’s Army”, Joanne Anderton, in Bloodstones
Midnight and Moonshine by Lisa L. Hannett and Angela Slatter
The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2011, edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene
Cover art, Kathleen Jennings, for Midnight and Moonshine
Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene, for “The Year in Review”, in The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2011
The winners will be announced at the Australian national convention, held in Canberra over 25-28 April. We'd like to congratulate all of the nominees and wish everyone (especially our Ticonderoga writers, editors and artist) the very best luck!
The finalists for the 2012 Aurealis Awards have been announced, and we are incredibly delighted to have eight nominees in the mix!
The winners will be announced on 18 May in Sydney. We'd like to congratulate all of this year's finalists, and wish our Ticonderoga writers and editors all the best on the night.
The finalists for the 2012 Australian Shadows Awards have been announced, and we are incredibly delighted to have three nominees in the mix!
The winners will be announced in April. We'd like to congratulate all of this year's finalists, and wish our Ticonderoga writers and editors all the best on the night.
"Melbourne-based author, Felicity Dowker begins her collection of fifteen stories with the award-winning ‘Bread and Circuses’, involving an unusual feminist zombie evolution. Dowker believes that writing horror is “a way to set wrong things right”. Certainly, many of the stories, accompanied by Dowker’s background footnotes, involve retribution, particularly from a female perspective .‘Us, After the House Came Back’ sees revenge and solace for the wife in an abused relationship, while “the bad guy” has it coming in spades in the ultimately gory, ‘The Female of the Species is More Deadly Than the Male’. Dowker’s evocative stories benefit from the stylish production of enterprising Western Australian small press Ticonderoga."
Check out The Canberra Times for other great reviews. (Review appeared a little while ago so we've reprinted it in full here.)
You can (and really should) buy a copy of this fantastic collection directly from us at http://www.indiebooksonline.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=118