Edwina Harvey is a self-confessed “whale and dolphin geek” who has been writing, especially science fiction, for most of her life. The Whale’s Tale evolved from her short story, Restitution, which was placed equal third in the 1997 Mary Grant Bruce awards for children’s literature. Click here to read more about Edwina Harvey. Edwina’s other work … Continue reading
Does a genetically modified orphaned elephant calf hold the key to saving African elephants from extinction? Never Forget is an 8,000 word novelette by Edwina Harvey that explores the themes of genetic manipulation and racial identity. Described by the author as “schmaltzy science-fiction”, Never Forget is a prequel to the short story, When Whales Cry … Continue reading
Get all three of Edwina Harvey’s books: YA SF novel, The Whale’s Tale; Urban/Rural comedy fantasy, The Back of the Back of Beyond; and An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things, a book of collected writings. Paperback book bundle $40 (includes postage within Australia) If you live outside Australia, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your … Continue reading
Congratulations to Peggy Bright Books author and editor, Edwina Harvey, on receiving the A Bertram Chandler Award at Swancon 2018 in recognition of her work in Australian Science Fiction, as described here. This award is given by the Australian Science Fiction Foundation. Photo by Cat Sparks: Edwina with Robin Johnson from the ASFF.
Peggy Bright Books congratulates all of those who were recently short listed in the Aurealis Awards. We also congratulate all those listed in the 2018 Ditmar Award preliminary ballot for Australian SF, especially Best short story nomination, “A Harem of Six Legs”, Edwina Harvey, in An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things, Peggy Bright Books. … Continue reading
Edwina Harvey’s new book of collected writings, An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things, was launched in June at the 2017 Australian National SF Convention, Continuum 13. What reviewers are saying about An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things by Edwina Harvey: Lorese Vera (Lecturer In English Language, University of Canberra): “I loved the dark … Continue reading
Photo: Edwina Harvey, speaking on writing at Medtrek 6 SF convention, Penrith, NSW 28–30 July 2017. Edwina was a Guest of Honour at the convention.
Peggy Bright Books would like to congratulate all of the nominees who made it onto the preliminary ballot for the Ditmar Awards, especially Adam Browne for his nomination in Best Artwork category for cover and internal artwork in The Tame Animals of Saturn; and Edwina Harvey for her nomination in the Best Short Story category … Continue reading
Peggy Bright Books would like to congratulate Charlotte Nash, whose short story “Dellinger” published in our Use Only As Directed anthology, edited by Simon Petrie and Edwina Harvey, has been short listed for the Best Science Fiction Short Story category in the 2014 Aurealis Awards. Well done and best of luck!
Peggy Bright Books congratulates Edwina Harvey on the short listing of The Back of the Back of Beyond in the Best Collected Works category of the Ditmar Awards. Congratulations also to Eleanor Clarke on the shortlisting of her Back of the Back of Beyond cover art in the Ditmars’ Best Artwork category.
This ebook is a sample of Edwina Harvey‘s collection of short stories set in a rural Australian landscape you never knew existed. Shortlisted for the Best Collected Works category of the 2014 Ditmar Awards (for works published in 2013). PDF ePub mobi (Kindle) To purchase the full book, in either eBook or paperback form, see … Continue reading
The Back of the Back of Beyond Come and join the Party! Through her short stories “No Pets Allowed”, “Get Me to The Worldcon on Time”, “My Sweet 286” and “Party”, Edwina Harvey introduced her readers to a world where flatmates discover the difficulties of raising young dragons in small suburban apartments, where “flying” to … Continue reading
The Whale’s Tale is an exciting young adult science fiction novel set in a future where the Whale Nation has brought space travel back from the brink of extinction. Humpback whales tour the galaxy in massive spaceships called “The Whaling Fleet” performing Whalesong to receptive audiences. After she’s caught stealing a computer file, Japanese teenage … Continue reading