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review Anywhere but Earth 100 N Exhibition of the Plague” by Richard Harland“Rains of la Strange” by Robert N Stephenson Winner of the 2011 Aurealis Award for Best Science Fiction Short Story “Maia Blue Is Going Home” by Liz Argall“Memories of Mars” by Chris McMahon“Pink Ice in the Jovian Rings” by CJ Paget“SIBO” by Penelope Love Nominated for the 2011 Aurealis Award for Best Science Fiction Short Story“Beneath the Floating City” by Donna Maree Hanson“Lisse” by Erin E Stocks“Deuteronomy” by William RD Wood“Desert Madonna” by Robert Hood Nominated for the 2011 Au. Brilliant brilliant brilliant It truly is like a wild tour of the voids beyond our own small ambit all manner of visions of the future of our species in an invigorating array of styles and approachesI have had a reading drought for the longest time and this collection of jewels everyone of the stories had been thrilling and rewarding and inspiring and instructive in the craft and in imaginationas re energised me not only to read but to write too

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review Anywhere but Earth 100 Award winning independent Australian press Coeur de Lion publishing presents twenty nine all new science fiction stories of humanity’s adventures out there anywhere but Earth featuring original works by Margo Lanagan Sean McMullen Richard Harland and Kim Westwood among a galaxy of new and established Australian and overseas speculative fiction authorsThis volume contains the following stories“Murmer” by Calie Voorhis“Beautiful” by Cat Sparks“Hatchway” by Simon Petrie“At the End There Was a Man” by Lee Battersby“Unexpected Launch” by Alan Baxter“A. This is a contrib copy for me as it features my story Unexpected Launch However mine is only one of 29 stories in this 728 page epic tome of a sci fi anthology I think this book will go down as a must read in modern science fiction The scope of the stories and the talent of the contributing authors is astounding It really is a fantastic array of ideas and style If you re a sci fi fan you ll dig this book If you re not it s a great place to start And if you know someone who says they don t like sci fi and you want to try to convert them buy them this book There were a handful of stories that didn t really work for me but that s the case with any anthology And this one has 29 stories so the

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review Anywhere but Earth 100 Realis Award for Best Science Fiction Short Story“Psi World” by Steve de Beer“Continuity” by Damon Shaw“Alien Tears” by Wendy Waring“Poor Man’s Travel” by Patty Jansen“Eating Gnashdal” by Jason Fischer“By Any Other Name” by Kim Westwood“Space Girl Blues” by Brendan Duffy“Oak with the Left Hand” by TF Davenport“Spacebook” by Sean McMullen“Yon Horned Moon” by Margo Lanagan“The Caretaker” by Mark Rossiter“Messiah on the Rock” by Jason Nahrung“Pyaar Kiya” by Angela Ambroz“So Sad the Lighthouse Keeper” by Steve Camero. Katharine is a judge for the Aurealis Awards This review is the personal opinion of Katharine herself and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any judging panel the judging coordinator or the Aurealis Awards management team To be safe I won t be recording my review here until after the AA are overI can see how this would appeal to others but I found myself skipping through most

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  • Anywhere but Earth
  • Keith Stevenson
  • English
  • 19 January 2019
  • 9780987158710