Straya Author Anthony O’Connor Talks World Building in a Future Australia, Being Genre Agnostic, and Post Apocalyptic Chaos in This Interview

Aussie author, screenwriter, and critic, Anthony O’Connor, has landed on the bookshelves of the nation with his debut novel, STRAYA, a post-apocalyptic look at the Australia of the future. I won’t drop a synopsis here – you’ll have to dig into the interview above for that, and much more, including what goes in to writing a sci-fi novel, the need to be genre agnostic, and how long it takes to actually write one of these darn things.

Dig on in and make sure to pick up a copy of STRAYA at your local book store, or even on Audible

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Andrew F Peirce

Andrew is passionate about Australian cinema, Australian politics, Australian culture, and Australia in general. Found regularly talking online about Sweet Country, and reminding people to watch Young Adult.

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