New York Times best-selling Australian speculative fiction writer Sean Williams shows us how it’s done.
A sometime DJ, Sean has remixed Kim Wilkins’s short story Dreamless. All the lines are lifted intact from the original story, apart from a couple of tiny tense tweaks to create a villanelle: a short poem of written in tercets (usually five) followed by a final quatrain, all being based on two rhyme.
Sean is the author of over sixty published short stories and twenty-five novels, he has been nominated for the Ditmar, the Aurealis and the prestigious Philip K Dick Award and his work has been published around the world in numerous languages, on-line, and in spoken word editions.
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