Silver medallion with Chimaera logo and text reading Aurealis Awards Winner The Aurealis Awards management team, on behalf of the Canberra …2021 Aurealis Awards Winners
You are cordially invited to the Aurealis Awards presentation ceremony to be held at the Civic Hellenic Club in Canberra on Saturday May 28, 2022. We…2021 Aurealis Awards Ceremony and Writers’ Development Afternoon
A huge thanks to our amazing judges, who have read an enormous number of entered works to pare it down for these excellent shortlists. It’s always a …2021 Aurealis Awards Shortlist Announcement
The Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild (CSFG) will be hosting the 2021 Aurealis Awards ceremony on Saturday 28 May, 2022. When: 5.30pm, Saturday 28 … SAVE THE DATE! Aurealis Awards Ceremony in Canberra!
The entry form for the 2021 Aurealis Awards, closing on Tuesday 14 December 2021, can be found here. ALL WORK due for publication up to December 31 …Entries for the 2021 Aurealis Awards close TOMORROW!
Congratulations to all the finalists, and a huge thanks to our panelists who have read an enormous number of entered works to pare it down for these …2020 Aurealis Awards Shortlist Announcement
A re-posting of a very thorough essay from folklorist Terri Windling on global phenomenon of the Trickster in mythology and folklore... https://www.terriwindling.com/folklore/tricksters.html
A re-posting of a 2013 article from the Tor/Forge blog... https://www.torforgeblog.com/2013/03/04/what-is-gaslamp-fantasy/
In a controversial new study, scientists cite artifacts dating the event to more than 26,000 years ago Source: Discovery in Mexican Cave May Drastically Change the Known Timeline of Humans' Arrival to the Americas
Fictitious animals on 16th and early 17th century maps hint at how people's perception of the ocean has changed over time Source: The Enchanting Sea Monsters on Medieval Maps