Sue Isle


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in Fremantle, Australia
January 01, 1963

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Sue Isle (born in 1963 in Fremantle, Western Australia) is the author of the Young Adult Fantasy novel Scale Of Dragon, Tooth Of Wolf, the dystopian short story collection Nightsiders (a Twelve Planets Collection, Twelfth Planet Press) and nonfiction children's book Wolf Children.

Sue lives in Perth, Western Australia and has been writing as long as she knew that real people wrote books. She has sold quite a few stories around the place to markets such as Aurealis, Orb, ASIM, Agog, Sword and Sorceress and Tales of the Unanticipated [USA] and moved online with Shiny, a YA fiction magazine! Her other interests include history, sf conventions, roleplay gaming, gardening and working out how best to turn her hometown into a dystopian scenario.

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Nightsiders

3.88 avg rating — 68 ratings — published 2011 — 2 editions
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Scale of Dragon, Tooth of Wolf

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Wolf Children: The real fer...

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Nation of the Night

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The Woman of Endor

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Sword and Sorceress VII

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New Ceres Nights

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Terror Australis: The Best ...

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Storie fantastiche di dame,...

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Aurealis #41

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“Creative exhaustion is first cousin to writer’s block. First off, I try to accept that when it hits, I am not wasting time, but preparing myself to return to work. I blog more. I do something different, like answering this question. If I can’t force myself to finish a story, then perhaps it was not worth finishing. If I have to push rather than let it flow, it won’t be as good as if I take more time, mess around in the garden and try to shove the guilt deep into the compost pile. I am still a writer so long as I am thinking!”
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