Ecopunk! contents revealed

Very excited that my story “Milk and Honey” has been selected for the Ecopunk! anthology. The brief was intriguing and I think I had half the story down within an hour. I look forward to sharing my tale of cloned Diprotodons, an inland Australian sea, and an alternative colonial future where WW1 never happened…

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http://ticonderogapublications.com/web/index.php/our-books/195-ecopunk/406-ecopunk-contents-revealed

We’re really pleased to be able to reveal the stories selected by Liz Grzyb and Cat Sparks for the Ecopunk! anthology.

Ecopunk! – speculative tales of radical futures contains 19 optimistic tales, selected by two award-winning editors, showing how humanity can survive and flourish, despite the looming uncertainty from climate change. The incredible line-up includes some of Australia’s best science fiction writers.

  • Adam Browne, “The Radiolarian Violin”
  • Matthew Chrulew, “Future Perfect”
  • Emilie Collyer, “From the Dark”
  • Jason Fischer, “Milk and Honey”
  • Tom Guerney, “The Mangrove Maker”
  • Claire McKenna, “Mr. Mycelium”
  • R. Jean Mathieu, “The City Sunk, “the City Risen”
  • D.K. Mok, “The Wandering Library”
  • Jason Nahrung, “The Today Home”
  • Ian Nichols, “First Flight”
  • Shauna O’Meara, “Island Green”
  • Rivqa Rafael, “Trivalent”
  • Jane Rawson, “The Right Side of History”
  • Jane Routley, “The Scent of Betrayal, “
  • Andrew Sullivan, “The Butterfly Whisperer”
  • Janeen Webb, “Monkey Business”
  • Corey White, “Happy Hunting Ground”
  • Tess Williams, “Broad Church”
  • Marian Womack, “Pink Footed”

Ecopunk! will be published in 2017 by Ticonderoga Publications. Keep an eye on our website for more news.

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