Issue 6, Dec 2019 Now Available!

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Yay! The new issue of Wild Goose is out! As some of you might have guessed from this image, the main article is Paul Downton’s slide presentation of a recent visit to Barcelona.

Australian architect, writer, artist and urban evolutionary, Paul has been called a ‘father of the ecocity movement’ and sees ecocities as an evolutionary adventure. His best known built project is Christie Walk, in Adelaide (where Roman lives in a straw-bale house).Read the rest

What’s in Issue 5 of The Wild Goose

 

Adelaide’s been invaded by strange critters called “Leafies”, as detailed by Roman

We hear about Ecocide as a crime against peace from Polly Higgins.

Ian Borchardt gives us the info on Jane Austen, Private Eye.

Marc Ortlieb introduces us to Lewis Carrol’s Phantasmagoria.

Adam reveals his shameful obsession, and also talks about building robots.

We have a look at some recent novellae, and Tony Thomas treats us to
The Denier’s Nightmare

Don’t miss out!

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Did you enjoy issue 4? Or did it annoy you?

We’re just putting the finishing touches on the new issue, so there’s still time to comment on issue 4
(http://wild-goose.net/issue/issue4/), the Gibbons on the Ramparts issue. 

If you enjoyed Ladies in Black, you might want to catch Top End Wedding — a lovely, unpredictable rom-com with spectacular scenery and delightful characters.

Adam talked about the AI problem (and I note Murderbot #2 took out the Hugo for novella), I reminisced about visiting St Petersburg, and Christine Pyman shared her opinion of the new Dr Who.… Read the rest