May 2019: Kyla now has a dedicated website at kylaward.com.
October: Kyla has reviewed Justine Larbalestier's My Sister Rosa.
July 2015: Kyla has reviewed Gary Kemble's Skin Deep.
June 2015: Kyla has reviewed Gillian Polack's The Art of Effective Dreaming.
June: Kyla has reviewed Christian Read's Black City.
April 2013: Kyla reviews Fragments of a Broken Land: Valarl Undead by Rob Hood.
December 2012: Kyla reviews Salvage, by Jason Nahrung.
An interview with Kyla has been reprinted from Eye of Fire.
January 2011: We have reviewed Clowns at Midnight by Terry Dowling.
April 2010: We have reviewed Carmilla Hyde.
April 2009: We have interviewed Rocky Wood about his latest project, Stephen King: The Non-Fiction.
February 2009: Our review of Shadowmuse, a gothic play running in Sydney, is up.
October, 2008: Another competition: win a double pass to Dying Breed, in Australian cinemas November 6.
October, 2008: Australian residents: win a double pass to Saw V, in cinemas October 23.
July, 2008: All Tomorrow's Zombies has received an honourable mention for best writing in the 2008 Ennie Awards. Black Magazine: Australian dark culture is now in Australian newsagents, with a column by David and much else besides. Kyla will be in upcoming issues. A lot of new comics have also been added to the gallery.
We have a special movie ticket giveaway for people who can get to Sydney on the 16th of May, to see Carrie and The Honeymoon Killers at the Chauvel. Details are here.
November 13: We have added a review of Gabriel.
April 4: Kyla has written a review of Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur.
April 23, 2007: We have reviewed the Night of Horror Short Film Festival, which will hopefully be the start of a big new thing.
We have added another article from Rick Kennett, this time about his time presenting SF, Fantasy and Horror radio: Pilots into the Unknown: A reminiscence.
October 21: Added Michael Farrell's fascinating collection of poetry Break Me Ouch to the Comic Gallery.
October 1: Added another link to Heroes & Villains: Australian Comics and their Creators, an exhibition at the State Library of Victoria.
September 11: We have added a new interview: author Dale Bailey talks about his story 'Death and Suffrage', and how it was adapted to the screen in Masters of Horror. Thanks to Alex Pitofsky for the interview.
July 21: We've created a new crossword for cryptic puzzle fans, in aid of the AHWA: Australian Horror Crossword #1.
June 22: Added Wake in Fright to our occasional series of information about Australian films.
May 20. If you've come via the front page, you may notice a big change: we're excited to announce our first novel, written under the name Edwina Grey, is coming soon from Lothian Books. Check out the Prismatic website.
May 15: We've added a few more comics to the Comics Gallery, and also the US press kit for The Boys, Rowan Woods' excellent debut.
April 19: Added a small gallery of photos from Conjure 2006.
March 12: I've been playing around with formatting, including fonts and heading colours. I've also indicated which page you're currently on using the sidebar. If you see any problems with layout or formatting on the site, or have any trouble reading any of it, please contact us.
February 12: Kyla's Dead Europe review has been revised. I have updated information and scans for a few titles in the comic gallery, including Christian Read's Witch King, and, for those paying particular attention, the order of the Comics Timeline has been reversed.
December 29: Kyla has reviewed Christos Tsiolkas' fascinating novel, Dead Europe.
November 23: Iain Triffitt reviews the 2005 EyeScream Film Festival for us.
October 9: We've added a gallery of our trip to the Old Manly Quarantine Station Ghost Tour.
September 28: the Australian comic gallery now has over 300 titles in it. High fives.
July 27: Added two new comics to the gallery, old and new:
June 30: We've added a review of the freaky local movie, Lost Things.
April 24: Ben Peek recently interviewed 43 writers, editors and publishers of Australian speculative fiction to create the 2005 Snapshot, and we're proud to host the results on the TR website. Interviews with both David and Kyla are included.
April 17: Kyla has a new piece of artwork which has just appeared in Fables and Reflections #7.
October 31: Kyla reviews the 2004 EyeScream Film Festival.
September 5: Added some comics from Australian artist Dakanavar to the gallery.
August 26: Added Ryan Vella's adapation of John Birmingham's He Died with a Felafel in his Hand to the comic gallery. How cool.
August 17: One of the oddest titles to hit the gallery has appeared: Keychain Comix. It's not kidding.
August 8: David's story 'Relish' (concerning zombies and a certain famous film director) is on Ellen Datlow's recommended list of 2003, appearing in the 17th annual Year's Best Fantasy and Horror.
July 22nd: Just some little pieces here and there. The Eyescream film festival gets a note in News, a local DVD release of The Roly Poly Man is coming, and the Journal is back, at least while I'm working on the as-yet-mysterious book.
June 15: Firstly, I'm working on a new book, although you'll have to wait a while for details. I've added a link to a new fun-looking Aussie comic, The Adventures of Joe Johnson. Also, if you want to check out my reviews of the comics from this year's Supanova (and the fallout), go to my review thread on the OzComic Forums.
June 4th: Speaking of Evan Paliatseas, we now have some of his BT contributions up: including the excellent poem The Bomber, and the Doctor Who stories Forgotten Memories and The Rushing of Blood.
May 9th: New comics are up in the gallery. Check out the 2004 listing for recent releases.
March 11: A new comic has appeared in the gallery: Once Upon a Time.
January 26: It's Australia Day, so we are celebrating by trying to find out everyone's favourite vampire movie. Of course. So if you want to join in, go to Best Vampire Flicks? (no lj registration required).
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