Tim Jones' latest book is novella Landfall, published by Paper Road Press and now available for the Kindle. Here what one reviewer said:
"In Landfall, by Tim Jones, a survivor reaches the far flung shores of New Zealand, where xenophobia is the order of the day. A commentary on racial tension and the impacts of socialisation, this novella hit home for me in the light of current anti-Chinese rhetoric regarding foreign investment in New Zealand property. History, it seems, likes to repeat itself, and this dystopian future cuts close to the bone. With his typical raw and poetic prose, and a highly topical theme, this is a must-read for all New Zealanders." (Lee Murray)
My other books include:
* poetry anthology The Stars Like Sand: Australian Speculative Poetry, co-edited with P. S. Cottier. It turns out that many of Australia's finest poets have written science fiction, fantasy or horror poetry - and they are well represented in this outstanding anthology.
* poetry collection Men Briefly Explained. Want a (sometimes funny, sometimes true) explanation of men? Know someone else who could do with one? Buy this book!
* short story collection Transported, which was longlisted for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award
* poetry anthology Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand, co-edited with Mark Pirie
Tim was awarded the New Zealand Society of Authors Janet Frame Memorial Award for Literature in 2010.
The latest news about Tim and his writing is on his blog at http://timjonesbooks.blogspot.com