Kaaron Warren’s masterpiece novel, The Grief Hole, was released on 27th August 2016 in hardcover format, followed by the trade paperback a month later. Notably, IFWG Publishing Australia also produced 100 limited edition copies, signed by Kaaron Warren and Keely Van Order. The cover and internal artwork is created by the very talented, Canberra-based artist, Keely Van Order. Read the … Continue reading
When you commission talent like Greg Chapman, you don’t just expect a quality product – you aren’t surprised when they work lightning quickly. Such is the case with this awesome front cover artwork and design for Claire Fitzpatrick’s upcoming collection, Metamorphosis. We are looking forward to its publication more than ever!
IFWG is pleased to announce the acquisition of a collection of new and reprint short fiction by notable Queensland horror author, and body-horror specialist, Claire Fitzpatrick. “We are doubly happy with this contract signing,” said Gerry Huntman, Managing Director of IFWG, “as the collection is a strong one with a firm, niche voice in the … Continue reading
Rowena Evans‘ mid-teen science fiction thriller, Switch, will be released in Australia, New Zealand and the UK on 15th February 2019. This is the long-awaited sequel to Drums and Power Lines, and continues almost immediately following the prior events. It will be released at a later date in North America. “Evans captures the Australian country … Continue reading
IFWG Australia is excited to announce the third instalment of the epic fantasy Warriors of Vhast series by Tasmanian author Cary J Lenehan, ‘Clearing the Web‘. “Cary’s detailed and comprehensive world building shines out as usual,” said Gerry Huntman (Managing Director IFWG), and as the storyline progresses Cary’s work gets better and better. This is … Continue reading
IFWG is over the moon with the acquisition of Jack Dann’s new novel, Shadows in the Stone. This will be a significant work added to Jack Dann’s impressive catalogue of works, and we believe, one of his outstanding pieces. Jack says: “Like The Memory Cathedral, Shadows in the Stone came to me initially as an … Continue reading
Not long ago IFWG had the misfortune of having its Australian distributor go into liquidation – the process of replacing them is still an ongoing concern. We are thriving with our North American distributor SPU/IPG. When one door closes, often another opens – we have very good news. We are pleased to announce that we … Continue reading