Aurealis #58

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Aurealis #58, edited by Dirk Strasser, opens with Steve Simpson's 'Apartment on Copernicus Street', an alien invasion story that's authentic, powerful, full of surprises, and more than a little chilling. And hold onto your horses for a tough and raunchy Wild West fantasy, with Chris Large's 'The Red House'. Whoa, boy! And if you're still hanging on, the usual reviews & news round off this issue. More

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Published by Chimaera Publications
Words: 17,170
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781922031129
About Dirk Strasser (Editor)

Dirk Strasser has written over 30 books for major publishers in Australia and has been editing magazines and anthologies since 1990. He won a Ditmar for Best Professional Achievement and has been short-listed for the Aurealis and Ditmar Awards a number of times. His fantasy novels – including Zenith and Equinox – were originally published by Pan Macmillan in Australia and Heyne Verlag in Germany. His children’s horror/fantasy novel, Graffiti, was published by Scholastic. His short fiction has been translated into a number of languages, and his most recent publications are “The Jesus Particle” in Cosmos magazine, “Stories of the Sand” in Realms of Fantasy and “The Vigilant” in Fantasy magazine. He founded the Aurealis Awards and has co-published Aurealis magazine for over 20 years.

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Review by: SG Larner on March 18, 2013 :
I was really impressed by this issue. "Apartment on Copernicus Street" is quiet and layered and I want to go back for another read to tease out the things I missed. Interesting premise and excellent writing. "The Red House" took me to a place that was unexpected but greatly appreciated. I also loved reading the interview with Lisa L. Hannett and Angela Slatter! Stellar issue.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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