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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Bullets
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Podcastle Rachel Swirsky (editor), Marietta : Escape Artists, Inc , 2008- 18662091 2008 website podcast short story

    A sister podcast to Escape Pod and Pseudopod, focusing on fantasy fiction. Occasionally publishes Australian authors.

    Although Podcastle does not publish science fiction and horror stories, leaving these to its sister podcasts Escape Pod (science fiction) and Pseudopod (horror), there are no set rules on content, especially given that these genres often crossover.

    Marietta : Escape Artists, Inc , 2008-

    Includes both audio version (narrated by A.J. Fitzwater) and full text.

    Podcast: EP491 (10 October 2017).

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon In Sunshine Bright and Darkness Deep Greg Chapman , (cover artist), Cameron Trost (editor), Windsor : Australian Horror Writers Association , 2015 8909303 2015 anthology short story horror

    'In Sunshine Bright and Darkness Deep is an anthology like no other. The tales herein will take you on a weird and terrifying journey. You will set out on a road trip and find yourself trapped in the arid Australian outback where a little girl and her grandfather struggle to survive. There are isolated farmhouses threatened by bushfires and bullets, and rainforests teeming with bloodthirsty bugs. The cities are full of trouble too. The murky waters of the Brisbane River hide spiteful spirits and the suburbs are infested with insane inhabitants masquerading as ordinary human beings. Then, you will leave Australia, departing from Melbourne, to hunt down vampiric gangsters in Southeast Asia, before sailing future seas and visiting realms beyond this world altogether. This inaugural showcase anthology features the work of just a handful of the many talented and darkly imaginative authors who make up the Australian Horror Writers’ Association. If you are unfamiliar with Australian horror, let this book be just the first step on a long voyage of discovery.' (Publication summary)

    Windsor : Australian Horror Writers Association , 2015
    pg. 114-129
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