Anthology – Another Time Another Place

Today is the launch of an exciting new anthology titled Another Time Another Place: A Collection of Short Stories.

The anthology features stories from ten new and vibrant authors, each of whom are current or former students of Swinburne University of Technology’s Master of Arts (Writing) program.

The anthology is available through Amazon both as a Paperback and for Kindle via the following link:

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Contributor Bios

Sarah Mokrzycki is a writer, editor and artist living in Melbourne, Victoria. Sarah works from home, balancing her time between freelance writing and editing work, completing her master’s thesis, personal art and writing projects, and volunteering as a part-time foster carer.

Anna de Souza is a travel and food enthusiast with a passion for writing, comedy and beer. For Anna the world is too big and amazing to stop trying new styles, taking on challenges and having one hell of an adventure in the process.

Jeanette O’Hagan enjoys writing poetry, blogging and her YA fantasy series: Akrad’s Legacy Series.…/show/9833645.Jeanette_O_Hagan

Porle Joen is your typical creative sci-fi nerd with a severely twisted horror bone; but don’t let that scare you, she is versatile and you’ll find something for everyone in her bag of tricks…

TC Phillips hails from tropical Central Queensland in Australia, where he currently lives with his loving wife, three young children, two spoilt cats and an overactive imagination.

Simon Rowe writes fiction and non-fiction from his home-away-from-home in Himeji city, western Japan. His stories and photos have appeared in TIME Asia, the New York Times, the South China Morning Post, the Weekend Australian and many others.

Monica Cook is an expat American living it up with the locals in Adelaide, Australia. She has a keen interest in all things fantasy and history, often melding the two genres in her fictional work. Her short story, ‘Whitechapel’, was published by Gothic City Press.

Jennie Keech lives in the middle of nowhere, NSW and enjoys writing everything from sci-fi, chick lit to blogs. Starsky Tan lives in Melbourne, Victoria. Having completed a Business and IT degree, he decided to take the plunge and see if he can actually write.