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Aurealis #82

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Aurealis #82 brings you the classy and serene ‘The Other-faced Lamb’ from C.S. McMullen, and the deft, absorbing ‘Echoes of Space’ from Carolyn J Denman. Our non-fiction is awash with quality, with the second part of Chris Large’s compelling John Scalzi interview, Gillian Polack’s wide-ranging and insightful exploration of the work of Paul Linebarger and reviews of fresh S ...more
Published July 3rd 2015 by Chimaera Publications
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The Other-Faced Lamb is a real treat. An excellent piece of Australian short fiction. Echoes of Space is no slouch either.
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I was born in Swan Hill, Victoria. I spent my childhood in country Victoria and Melbourne before moving to Geelong at the age of 10. I lived in Geelong until I went to university in Melbourne after secondary school.

I currently live in Melbourne with my wife Wendy and my two daughters Celeste and Ruby. I’ve worked as a drainer’s labourer, a truck driver, a bathroom accessories s

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