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
IFWG Australia is very pleased to reveal Zena Shapter’s upcoming science fiction/thriller, Towards White. They know what’s going to happen to you… after you die. Scientists in Iceland think they’ve figured out one of our greatest mysteries – where the electrical energy in our brains goes after we die. According to the laws of physics, one … Continue reading
Deborah Sheldon’s long-anticipated short fiction collection, Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories, will be published early in Q3 2017, but we couldn’t resist giving her fans a quick peek at the current version of her front cover design. The atmospheric, creepy art is by the wonderful artist, Luke Spooner, from Carrion House – we have had … Continue reading
It is with great pleasure that we can announce the release of Ian C Douglas‘ third book in his young teen science fiction Zeke Hailey series, The Particle Beast. The Kindle edition is out now, and the print edition will be released in all good online bookstores on 1 June 2017. In the meantime, you can … Continue reading
We are now very near publishing The Particle Beast by Ian C Douglas. Here’s the final cover, including full spread.
In coming days IFWG Publishing Australia will be releasing the third instalment of the Zeke Hailey young teen science fiction series, The Particle Beast, by Nottingham-based author Ian C. Douglas. The cover beautifully reflects a critical scene in the novel, artwork rendered by Catherine Archer-Wills, and designed by Elizabeth Lang. Here are the three covers … Continue reading
IFWG Publishing Australia is almost exclusively a publisher of children’s and speculative fiction. Every once in a while we come across something special and not quite in our normal publishing line, and something we can’t say no to. Such is the case with Craig Cormick’s The Years of the Wolf. The novel is a based on a … Continue reading