show #264: australia reads

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show #264

a wonderful panel of australian writers mingled with readers at the second life book club last wednesday or possibly thursday [depending on where you are in the physical realm]. enjoy a stimulating and wide-ranging conversation about the local scene in oz, ya narratives incorporating neurodiversity, cli-fi, dystopia and philosophy in the garden, within martial arts as well as reading and …. oops i am distracted now …

anyways: anna whateley, meg mundell, alice robinson and damon a. young were in the house as virtual worlds brought us together while only timezones kept us apart ….

now read and watch on if you will:

  • original live stream:
  • unlisted postgame fun:
  • reading list with some great titles and links for today’s show:Screen Shot 2020-07-20 at 11.49.55 AM
  • anna’s great #auschat podcast:
  • great talk by damon on distraction:
  • what else is happening in sl? you guessed it: con sweeney talks mystery/thriller in yet another book club spin-off show:

  • is there something new coming to second life streaming? heck yes … and the working title is cool but strawberry will object to it … i know it …

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