2013 Publications and Awards Eligibility
We published four books in 2013: two novels and two short story collections. For your information, here are the details on each of them: Novels A Trifle Dead by Livia Day (Tansy Rayner Roberts) – Crime Trucksong by Andrew Macrae – Science Fiction Collections Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer (Vol 8 Twelve Planets) After Hours (short Story) Zadie, Scythe of the West (short story) Wish Me Luck (short story) Seven Days in Paris (short story) Caution: Contains Small Parts by Kirstyn McDermott (Vol 9 Twelve Planets) What Amanda Wants (novelette) Horn (short story) Caution: Contains Small Parts (short story) The Home for Broken Dolls (novella) Note: Short story < 7,500 words Novelette 7,500 to 17,500 words Novella > 17,500 words  …

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Aurealis Awards Shortlists Announced
The shortlists for this year’s Aurealis Awards have been announced! Twelfth Planet Press is delighted that Trucksong by Andrew Macrae and stories and short story collections Caution: Contains Small Parts by Kirstyn McDermott and Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer have been shortlisted in relevant categories. To celebrate, we’re offering an ebook bundle.…

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Trucksong reviewed on SF Signal
TrucksongAn inventive, unique and fresh Australian post-apocalyptic novel. Paul Wiemer writes a very positive of Trucksong on SF Signal: “The world of Trucksong is amazingly inventive. The novel is written in a future Australian slang and dialect. The textual use of this reminds me of the phonetic language in Iain Banks’ Feersum Endjinn.…

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Kaleidoscope now open to general submissions
The beautiful Kaleidoscope backers, have pushed us over the $7k mark, and we are now open to submissions! Please send us your stories, and/or tell your writer friends about us. We are interested in seeing stories from anyone at all, and we’re especially looking forward to seeing submissions written by people whose voices tend to be underrepresented.…

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Kaleidoscope Pozible Update
KaleidoscopeYesterday our campaign to raise funds for our upcoming YA anthology Kaleidoscope surpassed the 50% funded mark. To celebrate the milestone, we made a few announcements: Kaleidoscope is now open to both Science Fiction and Fantasy! Yep, that’s right! We decided we didn’t want to limit ourselves when we love both.…

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