Christmas shopping solved by SpecFaction NSW

SpecFaction NSWThanks to the amazing generosity of many people within our local speculative fiction community – SpecFaction NSW are hosting a fundraising Ebay auction.

You can bid on an original print from Scott Westerfield’s Leviathan or a bundle of autographed fantasy, science fiction or horror novels from a huge list of Aussie authors including: Sara Douglass, Ian Irvine, Sean Williams and Shane Dix, Traci Harding, Karen Miller, Stephen Irwin, Nathan Burrage, Richard Harland, Marianne De Pierres, Angela Slatter, Kate Forsyth, Isabel Merlin, Sophie Masson, Jack Dann, Kaaron Warren, Shane Jiraiya Cummings and Kirstyn McDermott.

The autographed books are being auctioned off in five book-bundles. For a complete description of the contents of each bundle or to bid on one of these great items refer to the list of Ebay item numbers below and make sure you place our bid between 16 and 25 November, 2010.

You can view all the items on auction at the SpecFaction eBay auction page or click on the item number links below to go to specific items.

Signed short story collections including an unpublished story by Sean Williams (Item Number: 200542551759)
New and signed fantasy novels (Item Number: 200542236233)
New and signed fantasy novels for all ages (Item Number: 200542554272)
New and signed science fiction novels (Item Number: 200542552834)
New and signed dark fantasy, horror, and historical novels (Item Number: 200542556121)
Print from Scott Westerfeld’s novel Leviathan, signed by the artist (Item Number: 200542561373)

The auction is being held by SpecFaction NSW Inc., hosts of the 2010 Aurealis Awards. Funds raised will go towards holding the awards night and helping create a range of NSW based events and activities for readers and writers of speculative fiction. SpecFaction NSW is a not for profit group.

For more information on the 2010 Aurealis Awards go to www.aurealisawards.com.

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