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Cover art by Nick Stathopoulos
Published 2009 Read the rest of this entry »
Deborah Biancotti’s first collection of short stories is jaw-droppingly good…
Cover design by Amanda Rainey
A city has fallen from the sky.
In the wreckage, two men – Devian Lell, a window cleaner in the floating cities of Loft, and Eli Kurran, a security guard in one of the polluted, ground-based cities of Dirt – will find their lives changed. Read the rest of this entry »
A city has fallen from the sky. In the wreckage, two men – Devian Lell, a window cleaner in the floating cities of Loft, and Eli Kurran, a security guard in one of the polluted, ground-based cities of Dirt – will find their lives changed.
Cover art by Dion Hamill
Two novelettes – Roadkill by Robert Shearman and Siren Beat by Tansy Rayner Roberts – published in tête-bêche format form the first Twelfth Planet Press Double. Read the rest of this entry »
Two novelettes – Roadkill by Robert Shearman and Siren Beat by Tansy Rayner Roberts – published in tête-bêche format form the first Twelfth Planet Press Double.
Cover art by Dion Hamill
There’s a dead girl in a dumpster and a unicorn on the loose – and no-one knows how bad that combination can get better than Miriam Aster. What starts as a consulting job for city homicide quickly becomes a tangled knot of unexpected questions, and working out the link between the dead girl and the unicorn will draw Aster back into the world of the exiled fey she thought she’d left behind ten years ago. All in all, Miriam Aster isn’t happy. The last time she worked a case like this it cost her a badge, a partner, and her life. Read the rest of this entry »
There’s a dead girl in a dumpster and a unicorn on the loose – and no-one knows how bad that combination can get better than Miriam Aster.
Cover Art by Dion Hamill
For ten years ex-cop Miriam Aster has been living with her one big mistake – agreeing to kill three men for the exiled Queen of Faerie. But when an old case comes back to haunt her it brings a spectre of the past with it, forcing Aster to ally herself with a stuntwoman and a magic cat in order to rescue a kidnapped TV star from the land of Faerie and stop the half-breed sorcerer who needs Aster’s blood. Read the rest of this entry »
Ten years ago Miriam Aster learnt a simple lesson: when a faerie asks you to kill someone, the worst thing you can say is sure. Today she’s about to learn that worse things can happen when the past refuses to stay behind you.
Cover design by Cat Sparks
The New Ceres planetary charter forbids the use of all modern technology. Law confines the people to the ways of 18th Century Earth. But beneath the surface, rebellion and revolution simmer constantly. Read the rest of this entry »
What odd coincidence brings Proctor George Gordon to the Sunrise Isles to be confronted by ninja and warrior nuns? Who is the strange but compelling amnesiac girl he finds in the convent, and what do the offworld nations want with her? And how can he really be sure who to trust?
Volume 11, Twelve Planets
ISBN: 978-1-922101-15-0 (pk)
ISBN: 978-1-922101-16-7 (ebk)
Cover Design by Amanda Rainey
Ebook Conversion by Charles Tan
Published December 2014
In The Female Factory, procreation is big business. Children are a commodity few women can afford. Read the rest of this entry »
Procreation is big business. Children are a commodity few women can afford.
Twelfth Planet Press CrimeScene Writing Stream Saturday, 12 October, 2013 http://www.crimescenewa.org.au/ Pitch Twelfth Planet Press Take an opportunity to pitch your completed manuscript to editor and publisher Alisa Krasnostein in a one on one pitch appointment....read more
Twelfth Planet Press is looking to expand our line of dynamic, original and diverse genre novellas. Twelfth Planet Press novellas push boundaries to question, inspire, engage and challenge. We are specifically looking to acquire material outside that which is...read more
It's with mixed emotions that we announce there will be a change in the Twelve Planets line up. Life happens and Cat Sparks has had to bow out of the project leaving a very large hole to fill. Luckily for Twelfth Planet Press we have a collection that we believe will...read more
This week, we released this deliciously inviting, scrumptious book trailer for A Trifle Dead over on our new Twelfth Planet Press YouTube Channel. This book trailer was created for us by film students at Curtin University as part of their academic work. It was a lot...read more
We'd like to thank you for voting for Twelfth Planet Press and our books in this year's Locus Poll. Congratulations to Kaaron Warren for her novella "Sky" from Through Splintered Walls placing 15th and to Margo Lanagan for her novelette "Significant Dust" placing 7th...read more
Over this past weekend, the Chronos Awards were awarded at Continuum, in Melbourne. Twelfth Planet Press congratulates all the finalists and winners. Special congratulations go to Jason Nahrung who won awards for Best Long Fiction for Salvage and Best Short Fiction...read more
Amanda Rainey was a recent guest on Wednesday Writers at Ebon Shores where she discussed designing book covers. The main thing I want from my clients is a sense of the feel and atmosphere of a book – I think that’s often as important as talking about what’s actually...read more
Twelfth Planet Press will be accepting pitches at the Romance Writers of Australia conference Riding the Waves in August in Fremantle. RWA's mission is to promote excellence in romantic fiction, to help aspiring writers become published and published authors to...read more
Deadlines writer Livia Day will be appearing at the Sisters in Crime event in Melbourne this month. Something Rotten in the Apple Isle Three Tasmanian-born writers talk about their new novels, all set in Tasmania, but with different and fatal twists. Sydney-based...read more
Twelfth Planet Press is proud to announce the upcoming anthology project Kaleidoscope, an anthology of contemporary YA fantasy with a focus on diverse perspectives. Kaleidoscope will be published by Twelfth Planet Press in late 2014. Alisa Krasnostein (founder of...read more
Sunday May 4th saw the opening of the Through Splintered Walls Art Exhibition in the new Rockingham Arts Centre. A gallery of the finished art works - created by artists after attending a variety of paper art workshops run by the City of Rockingham can be viewed here....read more