Interzone 277

Very excited to announce that my short story The Sea-Maker of Darmid Bay has sold to Interzone Magazine in the UK. It will appear in Issue 277. Thanks to my editor, Andy Cox, and TTA Press.

If you like survival stories about best friends and creation gods set in a world of tropical islands and sweeping bays and big skies, then this is the tale for you.

 

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So this happened …

Memories of Fish from Interzone 270, published by TTA Press, has made the shortlist for the short story section of the Norma K Hemming Awards. I’ll find out the result in June at the Continuum Convention in Melbourne 🙂

The Norma K Hemming Award is “given to mark excellence in the exploration of themes of race, gender, sexuality, class or disability in a speculative fiction work (e.g. science fiction, fantasy, horror) by Australian citizens and/or residents, and first published during the eligibility period.”

Thank you to the judges and convenors. I’m really proud to be on this list with such awesome writers.

I’m also really pleased with how often this little story keeps popping up. Not too shabby for a tale I wrote during two flights and a Melbourne Airport stop-over.

S.