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The People Paradox

The People Paradox 

The synopsis that follows is something I wrote for my first-year creative writing students at Flinders University. It’s based on the result of a story-generation exercise (the creation of Nina Kiriki Hoffman) that uses a 20-sided dice to give you random elements (protagonist, antagonist, setting, goal, etc) that you then combine into a new story. […]

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New Twinmaker Story in Daily SF: “Loopholes in Light”

New Twinmaker Story in Daily SF: “Loopholes in Light” 

Daily SF has been such a good home for my flash fiction this year. In 2017 they published “The Winter Gardener” (inspired by my visit to Casey research station in Antarctica and The Thing),“Uber” (about parallel worlds and social justice),  and “A Better Place” (based on a dream I had about the death of my […]

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The Babel Remixes

The Babel Remixes 

The Library of Babel is real. Of course it is, because the internet. Jorge Luis Borges’ short story about a universe comprising a vast library that contains every possible 410-page book has been made real and can be searched online. This is something I am delighted to learn. From the website: The Library of Babel […]

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Further Adventures

Further Adventures 

Apart from the novels Twinmaker (aka Jump in Australia), Crashland (Crash), and Hollowgirl (Fall), I have written many, many stories concerning the teleporting technology I call “d-mat”. Some have been published in the leading magazines of the day. Some have won or been nominated for awards. Some came out in my newsletter or as guest […]

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