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Dedicated website for Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat

Everything you always wanted to know about the  post-apocalyptic sci-fi/noir yarn featuring love, cinema and intrigue.

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Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat review @ Farrago Magazine

“The author’s self-deprecation helps ground his writing, preventing him from self-indulgence and losing himself in intellectual pretension… All in all Tobacco Stained Mountain Goat is a great read: a well-rounded book from an well-rounded individual [that] easily translates into this expat Australian’s homage to Melbourne and its culture.” Read more…


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Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat review by Guy Salvidge

Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat is a novel that manages to be hardboiled and playful at the same time. What might otherwise be unremittingly bleak fare is lightened significantly by Floyd’s filmic imagination and his wisecracking wordplay. With little to sustain him (his diet seems to consist mainly of vodka, salt and vinegar chips, chocolate almonds and cigarettes), Floyd must struggle against both inner and outer demons. Read more…


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Andrez Bergen interview @ Allan Guthrie’s Criminal-E

“Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat was put together over the course of 20 years, tucked neatly away in the rusted-up coin locker that passes itself off as my headspace, and read by no one until Another Sky Press took it on board in 2007. Read more…


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Tokyo book launch – been there, done that!

Well, we actually did go through it with the Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat book launch on 25th March and I’m still recovering – as we went right through from 6:00pm to 6:30am.

It was bloody brilliant, too.

Aside from the novel launch per se, we quite conveniently skipped out on any of the usual aftershocks that’ve been plaguing Japan lately, no-one glowed in the dark, and we screened The Maltese Falcon and The Third Man interspersed with anime gems like Tokyo Marble Chocolate and Mamoru Oshii’s Tachiguish-Retsuden; heck, we even showed The Karate Kid.

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Tokyo book launch of Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat: 25 March 2011

These are strange times here in Japan, for all too obvious reasons – think that insanely big earthquake and tsunami on March 11 – and sometimes it feels like we’re collectively treading water awaiting the next Big Thing to transpire. Meanwhile the nuclear reactors in Fukushima (230km north-east of Tokyo) still belch scary looking clouds and we get shaken by dozens of aftershocks everyday.

It’s been mad timing for my new novel to come out; teaches me to write a yarn that’s been described in terms of “post-apocalyptic” and “dystopian”; I think I’ll veer towards the “noir” side of things here – since I’m having the Tokyo book launch of Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat on Friday 25th March at the Pink Cow in Shibuya.

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Kristopher Young talks neo-patronage at alterati.com!

Hey, just wanted to let everyone know Alterati.com has a new podcast up with Kristopher Young. In it, Kristopher and Joseph Matheny discuss Another Sky Press, neo-patronage (pay what you want), and more! It’s more of a conversation than an interview, and definitely worth checking out! Read more…


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Verbicide Interviews Kristopher Young

Douglas Novielli at Verbicide interviewed Kristopher Young about Another Sky Press, neo-patronage, and other good stuff. Check it out! Read more…


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Reading Local interviews Kristopher Young of Another Sky Press!

More interview goodness from Kristopher Young, this time talking via email to Gabe Barber of Reading Local. On the table are various issues near and dear to Another Sky Press – our mission, our future, and our dreams. Read more…


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Busy summer! New releases!

It’s been so hectic over here at ASP we’ve been slack on keeping the website up to date (we’re also working on a brand spanking web site at the same time, so please forgive us!).

Without further ado… Read more…