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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 High Tide at Hot Water Beach
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Last Days of Kali Yuga Paul Haines , Woodvale : Brimstone Press , 2010 Z1754823 2010 selected work short story horror

    'These are the last days ...

    'Travel the blood-stained trails of Kathmandu.

    'Explore doorways to other worlds.

    'Fight for humanity’s darkening soul.

    '... when the powers of the Gods wane and evil walks the Earth.

    'The Last Days of Kali Yuga is urban fantasy at its darkest. You won’t find traditional vampires or werewolves in Paul Haines’s stories. Instead, you will stare deep into the heart of the cruelest monster of all: man.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Woodvale : Brimstone Press , 2010
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2010 Liz Grzyb (editor), Talie Helene (editor), Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2011 Z1770357 2011 anthology short story fantasy horror

    Thirty-three tales ranging through fantasy, dark fantasy, horror and paranormal romance by some of Australia's biggest names as well as some emerging writers, the anthology also includes a review of 2010 and a list of recommended stories.

    Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2011
    pg. 421-430
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Hope Hope : An Anthology of Speculative Fiction to Help Raise Suicide Awareness Sasha Beattie (editor), Lithgow : Kayelle Press , 2011 12921246 2011 anthology short story

    'Youth suicide is a growing concern in Australia. Six people take their own lives each and every day. Each one of those deaths affect dozens or even hundreds of people as family and friends attempt to deal with the grief, the guilt and the nagging questions as to why it happened. Often suicide sets off a chain reaction, which causes family members and close friends to suffer depression and suicidal thoughts.

    'In an effort to help raise awareness, Australian authors are donating stories to the Hope anthology. All profits from sales of the book will be donated to charities offering help to those in need of it and to foundations who are conducting research into why our youth are affected in the first place.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Lithgow : Kayelle Press , 2011
    pg. 11-27
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