Sean Williams

Launching Bluegrass Symphony by Lisa Hannett

posted on 15 Aug 2011 at 9:49 am

Where Worlds Collide

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World Fantasy Convention

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The Hanging Mountains

posted on 25 Jul 2011 at 11:33 pm
“The Hanging Mountains has something of the decaying uncertainty of the fantasy novels of China Mieville and James Lovegrove. Since it is the third book in a series of four novels–which themselves follow an earlier trilogy–there is

The Blood Debt

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“South Australian writer Sean Williams has been deeply ensconced in his Austral fantasy land for some years now, but his latest book is his clearest vision of the place. It is as though it has been gradually emerging as Williams writes, and now

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posted on 23 May 2011 at 10:15 am
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’tis still the season

posted on 10 Dec 2006 at 10:28 am
The legendary John Scalzi popped the questions this time, and I’m very grateful to him for doing so. Then Lou Anders linked to it under the headline “Love-Stricken & Agoraphobic”, which isn’t a bad summation of my life in

commentary on “Christmas”

posted on 6 Dec 2006 at 9:42 am
Speaking of old stuff, as I was the other day, my story “White Christmas” is now available (for free!) at Ticonderoga Online (thanks, Russ and Liz), with an added treat. Not steak knives. Click the “Writer Commentary” button a

“I could the degrees as I think.”

posted on 4 Dec 2006 at 8:44 am
Hmm. What the hell does that mean? I found this sentence in the first draft of “Cenotaxis”, a novella that will slip between the first books of the Astropolis series (due out in standalone form late next year from MonkeyBrain). What it

’tis the season…

posted on 30 Nov 2006 at 7:23 am
… for interviews, apparently. Steve Wilson of Space Archaeology fame has pinned me down on the issues of Geodesica, Saturn Returns and all manner of interesting subjects. His site is fantastic, too, combining as it does two of my personal favou