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The AntipodeanSF Radio Show delivers audio from the pages of this magazine.
SF Quotes" Nothing is always absolutely so "
Theodore Sturgeon, The Claustrophile
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David has been writing science fiction for about 6 years and Marvel comics fan fiction stories for about 9 years.
He has had four collections of short science fiction stories and two science fiction novellas published. These can all be found on Amazon.
David has been a regular contributor to both the AntipodeanSF and the Beam Me Up Pod cast sites.
He wrote a 12 part Alien Hunter series for the Golden Visions science fiction Magazine which ran for all of 2011 and was still on the GVM site in early July 2012 when that site closed down.
David has also been published on several other sci-fi sites including Bewildering Stories.
Before settling down to a less than distinguished Australian Federal Public service career he was something of a drifter with jobs as diverse as grape picker, insurance agent, oil refinery worker, furniture removalist, painter, van driver, factory worker, dog man, and labourer.
Nowadays, as a consultant, he provides economic, accounting (and occasionally actuarial) advice to various Australian Federal Government Departments and hopes to retire and write science fiction full time in about 14 months.
He lives in Canberra, Australia with his wife Joy and dog Maddy, and has a married daughter and young grandson.
|A Place Called Armageddon
An epic new novel about one of Western civilisation's most traumatic events - the Fall of Constantinople...
To the Greeks who love it, it is Constantinople. To the Turks who covet it, the Red Apple. Safe behind its magnificent walls, the city was once the heart of the vast Byzantine empire.
1453. The empire has shrunk to what lies within those now-crumbling walls. A relic. Yet for one man, Constantinople is the stepping stone to destiny.
Mehmet is twenty when he is annointed Sultan. Now, seeking Allah's will and Man's glory, he brings an army of one hundred thousand, outnumbering the defenders ten to one.