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Stephanie Gunn Stephanie Gunn i(A73242 works by)
Gender: Female
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Speculative-fiction writer based in Perth, Western Australia.

Most Referenced Works


  • Other works (so far unsighted) include the following:

    • 'Pinhead Staccato', Dark Corners, April 2003.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Icefall Yokine : Twelfth Planet Press , 2018 12719641 2018 single work novella science fiction

'The Mountain on the planet of Icefall holds the mystery to a lost colony and an irresistible, fatal allure to the climbers of the universe. Maggie is determined to be the first to make the summit. Aisha, injured in a climbing incident herself, has always supported her wife, trusting Maggie would return from her adventures. But no one ever returns from the Mountain.'

Source: Press release ( (Sighted: 18/01/2018)

2019 finalist Norma K. Hemming Award Long Work
2018 winner Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Science Fiction Division Novella
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