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Ticonderoga Year’s Best 2012 has recommended Joanne Anderton’s short story, “The Bone Chime Song” and Thoraiya Dyer’s short story, “Faets Fire” from our Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear anthology in their Recommended Reading list! We’re also delighted that Rob Porteous’ short story, “Subjunctive Case” in Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear has been listed on Ellen … Continue reading
Peggy Bright Books is delighted to CONGRATULATE Les Petersen, who won a Sir Julius Vogel Award for best professional artwork for his wonderful cover of Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear (edited by Edwina Harvey and Simon Petrie, published by Peggy Bright Books, 2012). We’re all thrilled!
Want to see what all the fuss is about for our Ditmar nominated anthology, Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear? Download our free sampler for a taste of all the great stories this anthology contains. ePub mobi (Kindle) PDF CONGRATULATIONS to Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear author, Sean McMullen, whose story, Hard Cases, has been turned … Continue reading
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
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