A bit of Australia and New Zealand at Worldcon

August 17, 2011

I mentioned here before about the wonderful generosity of Bob Kuhn, reading a selection of work from Australian and New Zealand authors at Worldcon in Reno. Well, it’s this weekend.

There are now a few more people on the bill and it looks like being two really cool reading sessions. I’m so pleased to be included in this. Here’s the schedule:

SATURDAY 10 am: Angela Slatter, Kylie Chan, Lisa Hannett, Fiona McIntosh and Mary Victoria.

SUNDAY 2 pm: Alan Baxter, Kim Falconer, Helen Lowe, Nicole Murphy and Gillian Polack.

Bob’s a great voice artist, you can learn more about him here.

So if you’re going to Reno for Worldcon this weekend, I’m very jealous. But while you’re there, catch some great Aussie and Kiwi spec fic, read by a great Australian voice artist.


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