Alien Shores: An Anthology of Australian Science Fiction
Peter McNamara, Margaret Winch
Aphelion Publications, 1994 - Fiction - 603 pages
An anthology of stories by 29 leading Australian science fiction writers of the 90s, including George Turner, Damien Broderick, Lucy Sussex, Paul Collins and Kurt von Trojan. Of the stories, 22 are published here for the first time.
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Introduction Damien Broderick
FLOWERING MANDRAKE George Turner
BLUE VENOM Rosaleen Love
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