(Can also be used for Fathers Day and Christmas!) Buy both our award-nominated anthologies, Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear and Use Only As Directed (27 spec-fic stories by leading Australian and New Zealand authors) for the special price of only $30.00 including postage in Australia.
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
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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
Light Touch Paper – Stand Clear Matchless prose to fire your imagination! Offering 13 wonderous works of fiction from Joanne Anderton, Adam Browne, Sue Bursztynski, Brenda Cooper, Katherine Cummings, Thoraiya Dyer, Kathleen Jennings, Dave Luckett, Ian McHugh, Sean McMullen, Ripley Patton, Rob Porteous and Anna Tambour. Reviews “In all, Light Touch Paper Stand Clear definitely … 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