I got Snapshotted! As part of the 2016 Australian Spec Fic Snapshot, I got interviewed by the wonderful Helen Stubbs & you can read about it here.
Interview by Helen Stubbs.
Leife Shallcross lives at the foot of Mount Ainslie in Canberra, with her family and a small, scruffy creature that snores. She reads fairy tales to her children at night, and then lies awake listening to trolls (or maybe possums) galloping over her tin roof. Her work has appeared in Aurealis and several Australian and international anthologies, including The End Has Come, edited by John Joseph Adams and Hugh Howey. She is actively involved in the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild and is the current president. She also helps organise Canberra’s science fiction convention, Conflux. She can be found online at leifeshallcross.com and on Twitter @leioss.
What are you working on at the moment, both in your writing and for the upcoming speculative fiction convention, Conflux?
I’ve spent most of the last year focussing on writing the first draft of my current novel project, a…
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