Sean Williams

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

Glitter & Dust reading

posted on 7 Sep 2014 at 9:23 pm
Another excellent Brisbane Writers’ Festival comes to an end. It’s been a busy one! Many excellent panels, so many wonderful people. Memory Makes Us was an incredible experience. It would be fair to say that I am knackered. Accordingly, a

one last thing…

posted on 19 Nov 2006 at 10:50 am
Earlier this year I performed a reading at the launch of a new Adelaide “literary salon” called Wordfire. I decided to read from Saturn Returns, as I had in Brisbane while high on painkillers. Scott Westerfeld commented after that reading

soap kitchen

posted on 13 Sep 2006 at 9:19 am
Earlier this year, at Conflux, I was granted a unique opportunity. I’m not talking about interviewing Sir Arthur C Clarke, although that was another special moment from the same con. I’m referring to the reading of my sci-fi musical, R

fired up

posted on 3 Aug 2006 at 1:12 pm
A quick plug for lit-fans in Moomin-free Adelaide: Wordfire is “based around the European tradition of the literary salon” and offers new and experienced writers alike the chance to read their work in a friendly (or at least slightly tips