Canterbury 2100, the Agog Press anthology containing stories by both myself and Lyn, amongst others, has been reviewed over at Australian Specfic in Focus, which has very positive things to say about both stories.
The Metawhore’s Tale is described as fascinating, sordid, sad, and, ultimately, wonderful; while Lyn’s The Conductor’s Tale is an appropriate concluding story that neatly rounds out the whole set.
I’d correct his pronunciation, but frankly, Octopus Prime is so much cuter…..
I shall crush you, Spidertron…. I mean, Megaparker…. wait…. my head hurts….
You should be following this story. Apart from the damn cool prizes to be won, this is developing into one of the most fun stories of the year.
Home today with a sick wife and a mad-as-a-cut-snake three year old. Poor old Lyn is confined to bed until it’s time to visit the doctor, and then she gets to go as far as the bath. I’m thinking it’s lucky that Bunnings has a cafe and a free playground.
- 07:51 38 years old today, and I don’t feel a day over 90
- 13:33 Just so you know, it is entirely possible that Madness’ 1996 album “Wonderful” is the greatest pop album in the history of the entire world
- 13:34 Of course, we all know that Brian May is the greatest guitarist who has ever lived, so that goes without saying
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