NOVASCAPES EBOOK NOW AVAILABLE


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The Novascapes Speculative Fiction Anthology Volume 2
(includes “The Mirror of My Soul” by Karen Ractliffe)

E-Book, Novascapes Volume 2 is now available from Smashwords. The publication date is Monday 4th April 2016.

A fantastic collection of short fiction and poetry from the Hunter Region, New South Wales, Australia.

The authors collected in Novascapes transport you from one side of the multi-verse to the other and leave you breathless and wide eyed at the possibilities of simple existence.

Each work in this collection is a brief glimpse into a world both like and unlike anything we could ever imagine. The light and dark aspects of human nature are played out on the canvases of these worlds, though the players are not always human. Novascapes transports you from one side of the multi-verse to the other and leaves you breathless and wide eyed at the possibilities of simple existence.

Novascapes is a collection of short speculative fiction stories and poetry by authors either from or originally born (or connected in some major way) to the Newcastle, Hunter and Central Coast regions of NSW, Australia. The works are as varied and wonderful as the authors who penned them.

Included in the anthology are works by:

Magdalena Ball
Morgan Bell
Jenny Blackford
Russell Blackford
Megan Buxton
Sheree Christoffersen
Luciana Croci
Jan Dean
Samantha Fisher
Eve Gray
Moosey
Karen Ractliffe
Leonie Rogers
K. M. Ross
Julie Simpson
Janeen Webb
Leonie Wellard
Lee-Anne Wilson-Smith


Here is the link to the e-book:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/625994

 

 

Information and image courtesy of Cassandra Page.

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