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Trent Jamieson is an award-winning novelist and short story writer.
Orbit published his Death Works novels, which are about love, the Australian city of Brisbane*, and the business of death.
Angry Robot published the Nightbound Land Series which is sort of cli-fi, sort of steampunk, sort of space opera.
Text published Day Boy; it’s country towns, vampires, and bildungsroman.
His website is at www.trentjamieson.com.au
Fiction Series: Ongoing 11 Chapters
Updated May 3, 2020 · 22,530 words (82 minutes) · 811 views
Jack Nimble tripped over the gravity well; eight centuries of flight tech failed at once; Trim’s diagnostics were a maelstrom of numbers in his mind; all the data that he left up to his ship, when it worked, had become a sort of non-Fourieral scream. Jack blamed the Glorious War Machine, of course. But here in the yawing ship, rapidly describing a rolling dropping shuddering gyre, there was nothing he could do, but fall stung by Trim’s howling data stream.
Published Apr 10, 2020 · 6,090 words (23 minutes) · 113 views
A giant in daylight is almost comical; a giant at night, horrifying. However, a giant in the last low beams of the sun is neither menacing nor ridiculous: it just is.
Published Mar 25, 2020 · 3,884 words (15 minutes) · 193 views
Alarm bells rang. Common enough in a state of Anthozoan war. Tocsins echoing: warning of collisions imminent or induline spore clouds and polyps drifting and falling like death. But this clamour was different, urgent and strange.
Published Mar 25, 2020 · 2,598 words (10 minutes) · 128 views
Home a spinning sentience, a wondrous habitat. Habitats, what arrogance! Once, long ago, before my race grew tired of space travel, that was their purpose. World ships modelled on cetaceans -- deep brained and singing, bellies full of verdancy.