Aurealis The first issue in Aurealis th year Aurealis 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

  • Title: Aurealis #77
  • Author: Michael Pryor Simon Petrie Rebecca-Anne C. Do Rozario
  • ISBN: 9781922031334
  • Page: 413
  • Format: ebook
  • 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 LachlThe 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.

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    About “Michael Pryor Simon Petrie Rebecca-Anne C. Do Rozario

    1. Michael Pryor Simon Petrie Rebecca-Anne C. Do Rozario says:

      Michael Pryor s bioI was born in Swan Hill, Victoria I spent my childhood in country Victoria and Melbourne before moving to Geelong at the age of 10 I lived in Geelong until I went to university in Melbourne after secondary school.I currently live in Melbourne with my wife Wendy and my two daughters Celeste and Ruby I ve worked as a drainer s labourer, a truck driver, a bathroom accessories salesperson, an Internet consultant, a Multimedia Developer, a Publisher, in a scrap metal yard and as a secondary school teacher Whew.I ve taught English, Literature, Drama, Legal Studies and Computer Studies.Over forty of my short stories have appeared in Australia and overseas in publications such as Overland and the New South Wales School Magazine My writing moves from literary fiction to genre Science Fiction to slapstick humour, depending on my mood.I ve been shortlisted six times for the Aurealis Award for Speculative Fiction, and has also been nominated for a Ditmar award My short stories have twice been featured in Gardner Dozois Highly Recommended lists in The Year s Best Science Fiction and The Year s Best Fantasy Five of my books have been CBC Notable Books, I ve been longlisted for a Golden Inky and I ve been shortlisted for the WAYBRA Award I ve also twice won the Best and Fairest Award at West Brunswick Amateur Football Club.My reviews tend toward the three word style of the trenchant critic, N Molesworth.



    2 thoughts on “Aurealis #77

    1. 'Like a Boojum' by Simon Petrie takes us to a world where the exotic is familiar and the familiar is not to be trusted. I suppose this could be true, it was a rather lengthy look into an alien world and what 'if looks could kill' could mean. The idea was a good one, but I fear the amount of background provided was a little too heavy for the idea in my opinion. The writing is quite intelligent, certainly aimed at the educated reader primarily because of the science involved, and while the writing [...]

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