Category Archives: fiction

Jack is a Supa-Star Guest at Supanova Pop Culture Expo, Melbourne…

We’re still trying to get the kinks out of this site, which is why there has been a dearth of posts from me. A lot has been happening,  and I’m hoping to remedy the dearth/post situation.

I’ll be doing a guest gig at the Supanova Pop Culture Expo in Melbourne, which is taking place this weekend, April 10-12 at the Melbourne Showgrounds. I’ll be signing all weekend and doing a Q&A panel on Sunday at 11:00 am with K.J. Taylor, Jack Dann, Traci Harding and John Scalzi. It should be great fun. Here’s the title and the brief:

When We Were Young”: Our panel of guest authors maybe natural born storytellers, but were their first attempts at writing the finely crafted narratives that we have come to expect from them now? A light-hearted peek into the early writing attempts of our guest authors, looking at their humble beginnings to becoming fan favourites today. “

And I should also have a few copies of the new chapbook interview with Lucius Shepard called Reading the Entrails.

Looking forward to seeing old and new pals. So if you’re attending, do say hi!

More soon (he writes with great confidence).

http://www.supanova.com.au/guest/jack-dannSupanova/

Melbourne Jewish Writers’ Festival…

I did my reading today at the Melbourne Jewish Writers’ Festival, which was held at the Lamm Jewish Library in Caufield South. It was a great gig. I read my story “Tea” from my retrospective collection Jubilee, and the audience was enthusiastic and welcoming. You know, there are some days–there aren’t all that many of them, alas–when it’s great to be a writer.  A blessing on everyone’s head!

My workshop at Continuum…

This is just a heads-up for those who might be interested in attending my workshop at Continuum X, the 53rd Australian National Science Fiction Convention.  I’m told there has been strong interest–well, we all know that writers are masochists by definition <Grin>.  The workshop will be held on Sunday, June 9th from 9:30-12:00. Here are the details: CLICK HERE

If you’d like an idea what I’ll (most likely) be discussing, take a look at this short video I did for the Queensland Writers’ Centre. I should mention in advance that the low technical quality is the fault of the speaker, not the Centre.  CLICK HERE