5 edition of The best Australian science fiction writing found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Rob Gerrand.|
|LC Classifications||PR9617.35.S33 B47 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 615 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||615|
|LC Control Number||2005434799|
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I enjoyed this collection of science writing/5(2). The anthology Centaurus: The Best of Australian SF is a banquet of thought-provoking science fiction from Australia. Readers who so far have been unaware of the developing world of Australian SF will be engrossed by this diverse selection of stories chosen by World Fantasy Award-winning editor David G.
Hartwell and acclaimed Australian writer Damien Broderick.5/5(3). Australia's best science fiction writing, collected in one volume.
The Best Australian Science Fiction Writing distils fifty years of creativity. It shows that the most vital writing today is speculative, and that the best SF has long moved beyond outer space to explore all manner of imaginative worlds.
The Best Australian Science Fiction Writing: A fifty year collection, Edited by Rob Gerrand, Black Inc, $ Science fiction likes to anthologise itself, giving editors a chance to organise a field of writing and identify new developments.
The first (maybe only) science-fiction-comedy-multimedia phenomenon, Hitchhiker's was a radio drama before it was a book, and the book soldcopies in. The Best Australian Science Writing of differed from it's American counterparts by not being mostly written by science journalists.
One finds in it not just articles, but also book excerpts, poetry, and comedy. The book was a little less authoritative and formal than the American counterparts, even with a lighter introduction/5(2). This ninth edition of The Best Australian Science Writing showcases the most powerful, insightful and brilliant essays and poetry from Australian writers and scientists.
It roams the length and breadth of science, revealing how a ceramic artist is helping to save the handfish, what is so dangerous about the hype around artificial intelligence. This book contains within it the essay that turns up in every science writing anthology, “On Being the Right Size.” All science books get overtaken.
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When Kris Kelvin arrives at the planet Solaris to study the ocean that covers its surface, he finds a painful, hitherto unconscious memory embodied in the living physical likeness of a long-dead lover. The best and most exciting Australian science fiction and fantasy stories published in You'll find a disturbing look at the price of obsession by internationally acclaimed author Terry Dowling; a moving cyberpunk tale of love and loss by Janeen /5(4).
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[Rob Gerrand;] -- A collection of the best science fiction published by Australian writers over the past fifty years. These outstanding stories show that the best science fiction. P.O. BoxForest Hill Vic The Australian Science Fiction Foundation (affectionately known as the Foundation) was formally established inpartially to carry on the work of the Aussiecon, the first Australian World Science Fiction Convention.
The best-selling novel raised science fiction literature to greater sophistication by including themes of technology, science, politics, religion and ecology, although the burgeoning Dune. 2. Text Publishing. A book division of Text Media, Text Publishing was launched in It has won the Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) Small Publisher of the Year inand Located in Melbourne, this small, independent publisher prints a varied range of fiction and non-fiction.Australian Literature Society Gold Medal.
The Australian/Vogel Literary Award. Barbara Jefferis Award. Colin Roderick Award. David Unaipon Award. Deborah Cass Prize for Writing. Melbourne Prize for Literature. Miles Franklin Award. Ned Kelly Awards. New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards. Nita Kibble Literary Award. Patrick White Award.
The crime, thriller and adventure genre now accounts for almost one-third of all Australian adult fiction book sales, second only to general fiction and worth $74 million in .