Thanks to everyone for a fantastic time at Kinokuniya’s Free Comic Book Day. There was cake. I have proof:
Lots of people brought me cool fan art, which I’ll be sharing with you next Friday.
For you Sydneysiders who missed me, I’ll be appearing twice more in the next two weeks. The first one:
The Aurealis Awards
Saturday, May 12
7:30 for an 8PM start
269 Miller Street
North Sydney NSW 2060
The Aurealis Awards celebrate the achievements of Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror writers every year. Kate Forsyth with be mistress of ceremonies, and I’ll be presenting the award for Best Illustrated Book or Graphic Novel.
You can get tickets here.
And the second:
Sydney Writers Festival
A Neverending Story: Fantasy Worlds
Sunday, May 20
Me, Isobelle Carmody, Justine Larbalestier, and Joy Lawn (facilitator)
Sydney Dance 4, Pier 4/5, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
From steampunk to the supernatural, from urban fantasies to dystopian futures, our love affair with speculative fiction is all-consuming.
Three authors who create imagined worlds explore our enduring fascination with fantasy and unpick the complexities of the genre. Isobelle Carmody, Scott Westerfeld and Justine Larbalestier talk to Joy Lawn.
Here’s the online details for this event.
And finally, here’s a little promo for my sister-in-law’s new e-book start-up, Snappy Ant. Her first app is an animated and read-out-loud iPad version of a picture book called My Mom’s the Best, by Rosie Smith, with illustrations by Bruce Whatley. You know, for Mother’s Day!
It’s all about wee baby beasties interacting with their moms, and is very cute.
Note that in Australia and UK iTunes store, it comes in its original Oz-English version: My Mum’s the Best. (Fight the power!)
You can check it out at the iTunes store.
Okay, that’s it. See you on Friday for FAFF, if not sooner.
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