To Hold the Bridge

A Short Fiction Collection coming in June

With the novella To Hold the Bridge, Garth Nix continues to explore the magical world of the Old Kingdom series. Also included in this remarkable collection are eighteen short stories that showcase Nix’s versatility, as he adds a fantastical twist on an array of genres including science fiction, paranormal, realistic fiction, mystery, and adventure.

“Nix’s collection of richly imagined short fiction is a feast for speculative fiction fans of all ages.”

— Booklist (starred review)

Happy 20th, Sabriel

SABRIEL was published for the first time in Australia on May 11th 1995. This May 11th celebrate the 20th Anniversary of SABRIEL with a re-read, and share your  thoughts, memories, cosplay and creations inspired by the book online, using the hashtag #SabrielDay.

Visit Garth’s Facebook page for details of a special #SabrielDay give away.

Original 1995 Australian edition cover, art by Gregory Rogers

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Just in case you need further encouragement to buy THE MISSING KEY on iTunes for a measly $2.99, here are just some of its industry accolades. I am biased of course, but I think it is a truly wonderful film you'll love watching -- and you'll be supporting independent Australian filmmakers as well. Everyone wins! ... See MoreSee Less

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