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posted on 25 Nov 2006 at 9:23 am
Well, I’m back at my desk. And whew: it’s boiling here in Adelaide. It is, however, quite pleasant with the curtains closed, and I do love to mushroom over the summer months… While I was away, Rob Bedford posted a couple of items to

oh my

posted on 29 Sep 2006 at 9:53 am
Pyr’s beautiful hardback edition of The Blood Debt arrived this week. It might actually be the most beautiful book ever made.

reviews and such

posted on 16 Sep 2006 at 10:47 am
Gabe Chouinard has posted a thought-provoking treatise on The Crooked Letter and reviews in general here, in which I am exhorted to become “more purple, so to speak”. It’s a fair call. 🙂 Check it out. He has lots of interesting t

an accessible cataclysm

posted on 7 Sep 2006 at 10:07 am
It’s been a hectic fortnight on the fantasy frontline. The Devoured Earth debuted in the Dymocks national fantasy top ten list on its release in Australia. To celebrate its launch, readers in Adelaide are invited to Borders on Friday the 15th o

skeletons on the wind

posted on 9 Aug 2006 at 10:13 am
The US cover of The Blood Debt is online at the Pyr-o-mania blog page. Greg Bridge‘s artwork looks better every time I look at it. I can’t wait to see this in print. Lou Anders is a legend. While on the subject of the world of the Change:

friends are electric

posted on 28 Jul 2006 at 7:54 pm
So Jonathan Strahan rings me today and tells me that Gary Numan is playing a gig just up the road from the Worldcon hotel the same week we’re there. This is a Big Deal for me, and not just because I’ve recently finished a book that relies

Another interview on Sci Fi Wire

posted on 8 Apr 2006 at 9:33 am
The Crooked Letter continues to garner attention, and The Blood Debt benefits along the way: “To my eyes…this book has everything: adventure, romance, magic, an interesting setting and, most importantly, zeppelins.” That’s me

some local reviews

posted on 6 Aug 2005 at 9:04 am
Tim Lloyd of the Adelaide Advertiser (he of the legendary “vacuous” review for TRM) was more impressed with this year’s releases. Of THE BLOOD DEBT he had much to say: “South Australian writer Sean Williams has been deeply ens