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Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 The Blue Stream
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Aurealis : Australian Fantasy & Science Fiction no. 14 1994 Z643430 1994 periodical issue 1994 pg. 61-76
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    y separately published work icon The Aurealis Mega OZ SF Anthology Stephen Higgins (editor), Dirk Strasser (editor), Mount Waverley : Chimaera Publications , 1999 Z189396 1999 anthology short story science fiction fantasy A collectors' edition anthology comprising the contents of six issues of Aurealis : Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine (numbers 5, 6, 7, 14, 15, and 16). Also among the 38 short stories are those which made the final placings in the 1998 Aurealis Millennium Short Story Competition, along with several essays and the results of the 1998 Aurealis Awards.

    The Millennium Short Story Competition contributions are: 'Redemption' (Katherine Howell), 'Enigmatic Mausoleum' (Rob Bleckly) and 'Arise You Soft Machines' (Brent Lillie).
    Mount Waverley : Chimaera Publications , 1999
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    y separately published work icon The Grinding House Kaaron Warren , Latham : CSFG Publishing , 2005 Z1199444 2005 selected work short story novella horror fantasy Latham : CSFG Publishing , 2005 pg. 28-45
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    y separately published work icon The Glass Woman Kaaron Warren , Rockville : Prime Books , 2007 Z1909395 2007 selected work short story fantasy horror science fiction A collection of stories depicting future worlds, stark contemporary settings and alternate realities crossing over the boundaries of science fiction, fantasy and horror. Rockville : Prime Books , 2007 pg. 34-54
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