Redsine 7, Issue 7

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Trent Jamieson, Garry Nurrish
Wildside Press LLC, 2002 - Fiction - 144 pages
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Contents

Detectives and Cadavers Jeff VanderMeer
5
Louisa Kirstyn McDermott
16
What She Wanted Keith Brooke
25
Mrs Weekes Jeffrey Thomas
42
Bride Sniping Paul Hassing
45
Fuchsia Spins by Moonlight Cat Sparks
51
Mesh of Feins Brendan Connell
66
The Silent People Stepan Chapman
71
The Tale of Wolf Storm Hill Scott Thomas
84
Sacrifice of the Pig Simon Logan
92
Silicon Cast Deborah Biancotti
100
Nobody Else to Blame Brian Stableford
107
An Interview with Elizabeth Hand
111
Book Reviews
126
Biographies
131
Copyright

A Message to Medicare Nathan Burrage
77

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About the author (2002)

Trent Jamieson is an Australian writer. His first short story "Threnody" was published in 1994. His other works includes Slow and Ache, which won the 2005 Aurealis Award for best science fiction short story and Cracks, which won the 2008 Aurealis Award for best young-adult short story. Day Boy was the winner of the 2015 Aurealis Awards Best Fantasy Novel and Best Horror Novel. His novels include Death Most Definite, Managing Death and The Business of Death which are in the Death Works series. He wrote a duology which includes Roil and Night's Engines. Jamieson is a former teacher. He taught at Clarion South Writers Workshop and Queensland University of Technology. He was a magazine editor. And currently he is a bookseller in West End.

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