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Support

When I lived in the Eastern States and became involved in the spec fic community almost ten years ago, I desperately wanted to go to a Swancon. It was, from all accounts, the epitome of the SF Convention in Australia – the friendliest, the most fun, the best… I now live in WA and have been to two Swancons. Due to family commitments, I won’t be attending the full convention, but for a while there, I wasn’t sure I would attend at all. Swancon is supposed to be on the top of the con-heap, not at the bottom because people aren’t safe when they attend. 

So I’m with  ,  ,  ,  , ,   and   and everyone else who is publicly putting themselves out there and saying:

You are not welcome. Don’t come.

If you don’t know what this is about, check out this post by  .

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Facebook is funny

*gigglesnort* I was searching for one of my work mates on Facebook – his name is Johnny Ho. He was top of the search results with 24 mutual friends. SECOND on the search results was, get this, John Howard! With TWO MUTUAL FRIENDS!!! Heh!

Sorry, just tickled mah fancee.

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Aust SF Carnival for December

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Because all the cool kids are doing it…

I’m not really one of them, but I like to pretend to fit in 🙂

Publications this year:

Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #27 (Jan 2007) – editor
Best of ASIM Horror (June 2007) – editor
Best of ASIM SF (June 2007) – editor
Best of ASIM Fantasy (June 2007) – editor
(Layout) New Ceres Issue 1
(Layout) New Ceres Issue 2
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #31 (Sept 2007) – editor
Interview with Robin Hobb (ASIM #31)
Various book reviews (ASIM website, syndicated to ASIF! and Specusphere)

Hmmm. I feel special now 🙂

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Connecting on Linked In

Douglas Van Belle, a repeat offender in the ASIM pages and winner of Best New Talent at this year’s Sir Julius Vogel Awards, is creating a network of speculative fiction affiliates using Linked In. As part of that, I’m making use of my connections to widen the net. 

http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=11156961

I think you’ll get to my profile if you follow that link. If you want to be part of this network, then click the button to be introduced/contact directly, so I can Link you In.

The more the merrier!

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