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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Getting Rid of Mother
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    y separately published work icon Creeping in Reptile Flesh Robert Hood , Blackwood : Altair Publishing , 2008 Z1549718 2008 selected work novella short story horror science fiction

    Savage murders that leave no one dead. Politicians intent on ontological genocide. Feral creatures at home in the wilds of Sydney and the Scrub. In 'Creeping in Reptile Flesh' one man embarks on an investigation into a maverick Member of Parliament whose eccentric exterior may hide the seeds of apocalypse. (Publisher's blurb)

    Blackwood : Altair Publishing , 2008
    pg. 142-153
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    y separately published work icon Year's Best Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy : Fifth Annual Volume Bill Congreve (editor), Chatswood : MirrorDanse Books , 2010 Z1766326 2010 anthology short story science fiction fantasy

    'From a searing caricature of John Howard's white picket fence to a Canterbury tale of 21st century Britain; from a parable of life in a city skyscraper to a futuristic Western set in an impossible desert; from the end of the Earth to and Earth surviving under alien rule; from an adult fairy tale of a plague ridden Europe to the future. The Year's Best Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy fifth annual volume represents the best of Australia's writers for the fantastic, at the peak of their form' (Amazon).

    Chatswood : MirrorDanse Books , 2010
    pg. 265-280
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