Author, writer, malcontent. Reader, procrastinator, humourist, employee, raconteur, cynic, commentator, introvert,
daydreamer, sceptic, idealist, loner, philosopher, sharp shooter.
… Ok, not sharp shooter.

Deborah Biancotti

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Deborah Biancotti is a writer based in inner-city Sydney, Australia. Her first published story won an Aurealis Award and her first collection, A BOOK OF ENDINGS, was shortlisted for the 2010 William L. Crawford Award for Best First Fantasy Book.

In 2009 her story "Stone by Stone" was performed as part of 'shadowmuse', a Shades theatre production. Also in 2009, Deborah chaired the WFC panel, "Why Steampunk Now?" with Michael Swanwick, Ann Vandermeer, Liz Gorinsky and Nisi Shawl.

Deborah is now working on her first novel, working title BROKEN. She has new fiction coming out in time for the 2010 WorldCon in Melbourne, including a novella set in contemporary Sydney from Gilgamesh Press. She also has an upcoming essay on NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN in TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY GOTHIC. She continues to write short stories and refer to herself as a 'tired idealist'.

Author shot, 2007



Yet it moves. - Galileo (attributed)
Talking about the earth, after his recantation in front of the Inquisition


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Hush (mp3 or streamed)

The Tailor of Time (in 2 parts!)

Surrender 1: Rope Artist

Summa Seltzer Missive

Cinnamon Gate

The Distance Keeper

King of All and the Metal Sentinel

Stealing Free (podcast)

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Drive By with Angela Slatter

Galactic Suburbia interview podcast with Alisa Krasnostein

We're all strangers here
Interview with Angela Slatter

Interviews with author Alan Baxter and author/editor Gillian Polack

The Land Waits
Poe's Deadly Daughters

Snapshot 2010
Oz SF Snapshot

The coming dark
IROSF Oct-09

Matilda '08

Stars of SF
Mark Deniz blog '08