Mrs Wessely has donated copies of her edited works to the Learning Hub – short stories by various authors in speculative fiction.
Worlds Next Door : Containing 25 bite-sized stories by Australian authors including Paul Collins, Michael Pryor, Pamela Freeman, Dirk Flinthart, Tansy Rayner Roberts and Jenny Blackford, Worlds Next Door is perfect for the budding reader : from Goodreads Review.
Epilogue : The apocalypse – is it the end of the world or hope for the future?
Reviewer and author Guy Salvidge writes ‘Many of the stories herein have an optimistic bent to uplift us from the all-too-dystopian world we live in.’ Read his review.
Read all about it at the Learning Hub. Thanks Mrs, Wessely, we are looking forward to the good reads.
Fruit of the Pipal Tree by Thoraiya Dyer published in After the Rain (Fablecroft Publishing – Mrs. Wessely’s own publishing house)Winner of the Fantasy Short Story 2011
The Aurealis Awards recognising the achievements of Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror writers.
Annual Australian National Science Fiction Convention’s Ditmar Awards and the Australian Children’s Book Council Awards. Neither of those awards distinguishes between the different categories of speculative fiction. The growing list of Aurealis Awards finalists and winners will increase the profile of Australian science fiction, fantasy, and horror, and provide an essential reading list for anyone interested in these genres.
Four categories: science fiction, fantasy, horror, Children’s fiction 8-12 years and young adult. From