Splashdance Silver Tansy Rayner Roberts
Kassa Daggersharp has just heard word that her dad’s dead and she’s heir to a vast silver treasure-trove from the famous Splashdance pirate ship. But in grand pirate tradition, the last will and testament… More
Liquid Gold Tansy Rayner Roberts et al.
Liquid Gold – the most seductively dangerous substance in the history of the cosmos – has just been discovered in the Mocklore Empire. But no sooner does its creator, Mistress Opia, realise its breathtaking capacity… More
One Small Step, an anthology of discoveries Tehani Wessely, editor
Sixteen stories of discovery from Australia’s best writers. Each story in some way addresses the idea of discoveries, new beginnings, or literal or figurative “small steps”, but each story takes… More
The Bone Chime Song and Other Stories Joanne Anderton
Enter a world where terrible secrets are hidden in a wind chime’s song Where crippled witches build magic from scrap And the beautiful dead dance for eternity
The Bone Chime Song and Other Stories collects the … More
The Aware Glenda Larke
Imagine what it’s like to be born citizenless in a world where citizenship is everything.
Imagine what it’s like to be abandoned by the parents you can’t remember before you are two years old, in a city that despises… More
Path of Night Dirk Flinthart
Michael Devlin is the first of a new breed. The way things are going, he may also be the last.
Being infected with an unknown disease is bad. Waking up on a slab in a morgue wearing nothing but a toe-tag is worse, even if it comes… More
Ink Black Magic Tansy Rayner Roberts
Because sometimes, it takes cleavage and big skirts to save the world from those crazy teenagers.
Kassa Daggersharp has been a pirate, a witch, a menace to public safety, a villain, a hero and a legend. These days, she … More
Epilogue Tehani Wessely
ep·i·logue: an ending that serves as a comment on or conclusion to what has happened. Climate change, natural disaster, war and disease threaten to destroy all we know. Predictions of the future are bleak. But does… More
Focus 2012: Highlights of Australian Short Fiction Tehani Wessely, ed. et al.
Looking for a taste of the very best science fiction, fantasy and horror short stories around? The first of an annual series, Focus 2012 collects an elite selection of work which has received acclaim via national and … More
After the Rain Tehani Wessely et al.
The aftermath of rain, be it showers, storms or floods, can change the landscape. In this book, fifteen of Australia’s best and brightest speculative fiction authors offer literal and figurative interpretations… More
The Tainted Glenda Larke
The final Isles of Glory book.
The balance of power in the Isles of Glory is threatened by the growing strength of the Keeper Isles. The alien ghemphs are forced to take sides, ending generations of neutrality. And it seems… More
Gilfeather Glenda Larke
The unassuming Sky Plains healer Gilfeather is drawn into the adventure of a lifetime, as he joins a warrior and a sorceress on a quest to overcome a ruthless dunmagicker whose lust for dark power places the entirety of… More
Canterbury 2100: pilgrimages in a new world Dirk Flinthart, editor
Six hundred years ago, a group of pilgrims made their way to Canterbury, and Geoffrey Chaucer created one of the great works of English literature. A hundred years from now, a nuclear-powered steam train is stopped by… More