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Publetariat Dispatch: Thirteen O’Clock Australian Dark Fiction News & Reviews – Launched

Publetariat: For People Who Publish!

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author Alan Baxter shares a new site for fans of horror and supernatural thrillers.

I’m very happy to be able to officially announce this new venture.  Myself and writers Andrew McKiernan and Felicity Dowker have put  together a new website, to fill a void in the Australian dark and weird  fiction scene.

Since the untimely demise of Horrorscope, there’s been a  gap where good dark and weird fiction can be reviewed and reported.  We’re hoping to fill that gap with Thirteen O’Clock. And, after all, you can’t have too many sources of news and reviews in this game. Here are the relevant links:

Thirteen O’Clock website.

Thirteen O’Clock on Facebook.

Thirteen O’Clock on Twitter.

All the details are in the official press release, here.

 

This is a reprint from Alan Baxter‘s The Word.

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