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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 Banjo's War
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'At the height of the invasion, cities lie in ruins in Banjo's War. The bush is the only safe haven; the co-operation of black fella and white fella the last bastion of hope. This story captures the palpable desperation of the novel, depicting a near too fantastic wish-fulfilment, of an Australia and its many diverse peoples brought together to fight a common, non-human enemy. An alternate reality we'd all like to believe was somehow possible.'

Source: Foreword.

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    y separately published work icon War of the Worlds : Battleground Australia Steve Proposch (editor), Christopher Sequeira (editor), Bryce Stevens (editor), Bittern : Clan Destine Press , 2019 16946320 2019 anthology short story science fiction

    'An anthology based on the Martian invasion of earth imagined by H.G. Wells.

    'With stories set in Australia of the past, present and future, this riveting and inventive collection features 16 of Australia's best science fiction, crime and speculative fiction authors: Kerry Greenwood, Carmel Bird, Jack Dann, Janeen Webb, Sean Williams, Angela Meyer, Lindy Cameron, Jenny Valentish, Narrelle M Harris, Lucy Sussex, Rick Kennett, Jason Franks, Dmetri Kakmi, Bill Congreve, Jason Fischer, and Kaaron Warren.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Bittern : Clan Destine Press , 2019
    Section: Section 1 : The Past
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