Sean Williams

Winter Wisdom at Sydney Observatory

posted on 22 Mar 2016 at 9:58 pm
In conversation with the mighty Fred Watson on the subject of “Science Fiction Meets Science Fact”. Expect to be amazed!

Bendigo Writers Festival

posted on 12 Mar 2016 at 2:26 am
I’ll be part of the kids and main program. Details to come!

Writers of the Future

posted on at 2:25 am
I’ll be presenting an award or two and meeting a whole bunch of amazing new writers.

Contact (Natcon)

posted on at 2:23 am
Brisbane 2016! I’ll be on panels, presenting an award, and up for two, so finger crossed!

Adelaide Writers’ Week

posted on at 2:21 am
I’m reading the final chapter of Escape from Thorngate Hall and interviewing Anna Smaill, author of The Chimes.

2015: Done and Dusted

posted on 31 Dec 2015 at 7:55 am
It’s been a complicated year. There have been downs as well as ups, but this post is all about the ups. So here we go. From here on it’s all good news! 2015 was the twentieth anniversary of the launch of my first novel, The Unknown Soldie

2015 in Ambience

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This was a weird year for me, music-wise. I practically inhaled all of Steven Wilson‘s backlist (including Porcupine Tree and other collaborations), which left little space for my usual ambient explorations. Also, I finally bailed on eMusic. So

Ants Attack the Ruby Awards

posted on 16 Dec 2015 at 4:16 am
2015 will be remembered as the year fluourescent insects invaded the annual party held to celebrate artistic achievement in South Australia. It began with a massive poem/word jam (by me) painted on a black wall, then artist Thom Buchanan took over, w

Passion’s Price

posted on 3 Dec 2015 at 12:04 am
David McDonald chaired a wonderful session at the last Conflux about the price writers pay for their art, inspired by a series of moving guest posts on his blog. I was honoured to be part of the panel, and even more honoured subsequently to be asked

My biggest collaboration yet: Escape From Thorngate Hall

posted on 25 Nov 2015 at 7:23 am
I like to collaborate. It’s not half the work, although it is half the money, but I do get a lot of other things out of the deal. Fun, companionship, surprise, challenge – all that good stuff. So when the Adelaide Advertiser approached me