Issue #80 of Aurealis is released for your reading pleasure! As Emily Fox asked on twitter – is it a giant toad, or a miniature dragon? We’re not sure which is cooler, we just know that it is, indeed, cool.
Mitchell Edgeworth shines a neon light onto his vision of electric cyberpunk Melbourne in Loyalty, while Steve Cameron writes a complex, bittersweet tale of dispossession in Outside World. Read on, and you’ll find other writers and other treasures – time travel, interviews, and secret history.
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Why not both?
While most of you readers are probably already aware, Aurealis #79 has been available for around a month by now. Due to a change-up in staff, we dropped the ball on letting you know about this one – sorry! Aurealis #80 will be following hot on the heels of this issue. Look out for it imminently!
Issue #79 features the likes of established writer and environmentalist Melanie Rees with the poignant piece ‘The Monster Under the Bed’, and Lachlan Huddy’s outback yarn, ‘The Whore and the Healer’.
Terry Wood concludes his future-gazing in part two of his History of the Flying Car, and Chris Large interviews Shane Abbess, writer/director of recently released Australian sci-fi flick Infini. #79 follows up with a good swag of reviews.
Pick it up here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/535645
Now in its 25th year, Aurealis keeps up its tradition of bringing you the finest in Fantasy and Science Fiction.
Issue #78 has the bracing neo-noir ‘Enfolded’, from J Michael Melican and the punchy ‘Discarded Pieces’ from David Coleman.
Terry Wood brings us visions of the future in the first part of his History of the Flying Car, and, as always, Aurealis brings you the best in reviews.
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The first issue in Aurealis’ 25th year, Aurealis #77 is a feast of the eerie, the unsettling and the other side of ordinary. ‘Like a Boojum’ by Simon Petrie takes us to a world where the exotic is familiar and the familiar is not to be trusted.
‘The Death of Glinda, the Good Witch’ by Rebecca-Anne C Do Rozario probes and questions until reality itself is in question.
Lachlan Walter’s exploration of the often troubling amalgamation of SF movies and Western movies is illuminating and fun, while our regular roll-out of reviews has some important pointers to good SpecFic reading.
Aurealis – not to be missed.