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Aurealis #99

(Aurealis: Australian Fantasy and Science Fiction #99)

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Aurealis #99 is another gold standard issue with the action-packed ‘Agents of Empire’ from Aaron Emmel, the cool and cinematic ‘Once Was Lost’ from Alan Baxter, the poignant ‘Regulation’ from Michael Earp, the thoughtful exploration of classic Australian genre storytellers in ‘Creating our own stories’ from Gillian Polack while Chris Large and Russell Kirkpatrick combine f ...more
Published April 9th 2017 by Chimaera Publications
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Sarah Fairbairn
Feb 09, 2019 rated it really liked it
I’ve never read an issue of Aussie Sci-fi zine Aurealia before and I picked this one up because I wanted to read Michael Earp’s short story. I’m glad I did. Michael’s short story was brilliant, and I enjoyed the other shorts & articles etc. in the zine. I think I’ll start trying to read it comes out each month.
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This magazine is one that I have enjoyed reading for the better part of 20 years. And this one is no exception, with the three stories being of a high standard, and the non fiction being ineresting.
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Michael Pryor's bio

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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