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. . .Potomac was but the answering back of the avenging angel to the midnight invasions of Christian slave-traders on the sleeping hamlets of Africa. The history of the African slave-trade furnishes many illustrations far more cruel and bloody.

Viewed thus broadly our subject is worthy of thoughtful and dispassionate consideration. It invites the study of the poet, scholar, philosopher and statesman. What the masters in natural science have done for man in the physical world, the masters of social science may yet do for him in the moral world. Science now tells us when storms are in the sky, and when and where their violence will be most felt. Why may we not yet know with equal certainty when storms are in the moral sky, and how to avoid their desolating force? But I can invite you to no such profound discussions. I am not the man, nor is this the occasion for such philosophical enquiry. Mine is the word of grateful memory to an old friend; to tell you what I knew of. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A surprisingly consistent collection of quality fantasy stories by Australian authors. I haven't read much Australian lit - and indeed had only heard of one of the authors (Garth Nix) - but this was marvelous. Only a couple of the stories were boring and/or needlessly unpleasant to read. (I don't ob

A handful of decent specfic surrounded by padding of sub par tripe. Only finished it because I'm so far behind on my reading goal for the year. If you do pick it up (from the library, don't buy it) read the following
The Constant Past - best in the volume
Undead Camels ate their Flesh - for the title

For the past couple of weeks I've been using this collection of thirty-five speculative fiction stories from Australian writers as a present to myself. A story here, a story there, and I haven't even finished yet. (Oh, how I don't want it to end! I'm having fun!) Once I do, I need to find a copy of

Struggling to get into this book. Read a few short stories from my favourite authors but I prefer to read full novels/series.

I shouldn't really review a book that I appear in; suffice to say that I enjoyed reading a bunch of well-crafted genre stories, and am happy to see my second published story among such good company. The anthology has been nominated for an Aurealis Award, as have a number of the stories within it, an

Oh yeah, just realised that I forgot to add this when I read it. Holy Weird and Wonderful Fiction, Batman! I bought this for Peter Ball's story and ended up with so much more. Aside from the whole contantly entertained thing, I managed to get myself educated, too. Who knew that Garth Nix could write

The stories in this collection are all over the place; some are horror, many are sci-fi, and many just explore other alternate realities. As a whole the collection was an enjoyable read. There is a lot here so it was not the quickest read for me; I also had a little bit of trouble reading the storie

It's great to see collections of Australian Fiction, and appropriately it's a very mixed bag of short stories.
This collection is pretty heavy with sci-fi themes of post apocalypse, and a few of the stories push that genre beyond its cliches. Kim Wilkins' The Forest is a standout in that respect mixi

The increasing number of really stunning Australian fantasy authors I've been running across induced me to pick up this book. I'm very glad I did. The overall feel is often pretty dark and there were rather a lot of zombies, but there's enough light-heartedness to keep things balanced. Don't read th

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