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Friday Night Fictions

Laura Jean McKay, Holiday In CambodiaAre you a debut novelist or short story writer keen to promote your work? FRIDAY NIGHT FICTIONS comes out every three months, and aims to support first-timers whose work has been published in 2013 and 2014. It’s open to Australian and international writers, working in any genre, and indie authors and digital-only writers most welcome. I also plan to regularly choose debut authors to profile on the blog.

If you’d like to submit your work, please read the guidelines first.


The NOVEMBER edition features: Scott Baker, Kasper Beaumont, Felicity Castagna, Eliza Crewe, Lesley Dimmock, Nicole Hayes, Amanda Hickie, Janis Hill, Heather Kinnane, Laura Jean McKay, Geraldine Meade, Skye Melki-Wegner, Angela Meyer (as editor) and Felicity Volk.

The OCTOBER edition features: Sarah Ayoub, Craig Cliff, Shady Cosgrove, Tracy Farr, Alex Hammond, Diane Hester, Angie Holst, Sharon Kernot, Mark Lamprell, Margaret Merrilees, Eimear McBride, Cameron Raynes, Claire Scobie, Jane Skelton, Heather Taylor Johnson, Christie Thompson.

The SEPTEMBER edition features: Michael Adams, Ross Crothers, Sam Elliott, David M Henley, Jane Jervis-Read, Sally-Ann Jones, Darcy-Lee Tindale, Ellie Marney, Fiona McFarlane, Jenn J McLeod, Andrew Nette.

The AUGUST edition features: Kate Baggott, Dawn Barker, Kate Belle, SF Burgess, Jessie Cole, J Cunningham, Kirsten Krauth, Eleanor Limprecht, Maggie Mundy, Lorraine Pestell, Melissa-Jane Pouliot, Nina Smith, SD Thorpe.



November: Laura Jean McKay – soon to come!

October: Tracy Farr, author of The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt.

September: Michael Adams, author of The Last Girl.

AugustNina Smith, author of Hailstone.


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