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Aurealis #111

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Aurealis #111 brings you the exotic and gritty ‘Graft Mage’ by William Broom, the doom laden mystery of ‘The Egg and the Cat’ by Miles Hurt and the subtle and haunting ‘Deserted Lies the City’ by S R Dean. Our top non-fiction includes ‘What Is AfroSF?’ by Eugen Bacon and Mikey Pryvt’s in-depth interview with Corey J White. With our stunning artwork and our comprehensive re ...more
Published June 5th 2018 by Chimaera Publications
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Matthew Morrison
Jun 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
I loved 'Deserted Lies the City' by Sunyi Dean, an intriguing take on a post-apocalyptic world (both in the genre and the biblical senses).

And the interview with Corey J. White was an interesting read.
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I can't leave a review since I'm one of the contributing writers but I enjoyed the other stories (discounting my own, obviously.) ...more
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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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