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{{Infobox publisher
| image = [[File:TP-Logo-Black-web-100px.jpg]]
| parent =
| founded = 1996
| founder = [[Russell B. Farr]]
| status = active
| distribution =
| topics =
| genre = [[Speculative fiction]]
| country = {{flagcountry|Australia}}
| headquarters = [[Greenwood, Western Australia]]
| url = [http://ticonderogapublications.com/ ticonderogapublications.com]
| imprints =
}}

'''Ticonderoga Publications''' is an [[Australian]] independent [[publishing house]] founded by [[Russell B. Farr]] in 1996 and now run by Farr<ref>http://scoop.realviewtechnologies.com/default.aspx?iid=42664&startpage=page0000068</ref> and [[Liz Grzyb]]. The publisher specialises in collections of [[science fiction]] short stories.

==History and current==

Ticonderoga Publications was founded [[Russell B. Farr]] in 1996. The publisher initially specialised in collections of [[science fiction]] short stories. Between 1996 and 1999, Ticonderoga Press published collections by [[Steven Utley]], [[Sean Williams (author)|Sean Williams]], [[Stephen Dedman]] and other writers.

Co-partner in Ticonderoga Publications is editor [[Liz Grzyb]].

Publishing activities were suspended in 1999, with the editor concentrating on his [http://ticonderogaonline.org/main.html TiconderogaOnline [[webzine]] ] instead.

In 2005, Ticonderoga Press announced 2 new anthologies, to be released in late 2006-early 2007. In 2006 Ticonderoga Publications published ''Troy'', a collection by [[Simon Brown (author)|Simon Brown]].<ref>http://www.abc.net.au/news/arts/articulate/200607/s1683151.htm</ref>

In 2007 TP published the [[Ditmar]] award winning ''Fantastic Wonder Stories'', edited by Russell B. Farr.

TP have published several anthologies, including [[The Workers' Paradise]] (2007)<ref>http://www.abc.net.au/news/arts/articulate/200603/s1598215.htm</ref> edited by Russell B. Farr and Nick Evans, Australia's first SF anthology to explore the future of work; [[Scary Kisses]] (2010) edited by Liz Grzyb, Australia's first paranormal romance anthology<ref>http://scoop.realviewtechnologies.com/default.aspx?iid=42664&startpage=page0000068</ref>; and [[Belong]] (2010) edited by Russell B. Farr, 23 stories of interstellar immigration with writers from Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, USA, UK and New Zealand.

In 2008 Ticonderoga Publications published ''Magic Dirt: the best of Sean Williams'', winner of the inaugural [[Aurealis Award]] for Best Collection.

In 2010 TP announced the forthcoming publication of ''The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror'' series, to be edited by [[Liz Grzyb]] and [[Talie Helene]].

==Authors==
===Published===
*[[Howard Waldrop]]
*[[Steven Utley]]
*[[Simon Brown]]
*[[Sean Williams (Author)|Sean Williams]]
*[[Stephen Dedman]]
*[[Lewis Shiner]]
*[[Terry Dowling]]
*[[Kim Wilkins]]
*[[Kaaron Warren]]
*[[Angela Slatter]]

===Forthcoming===
*[[Justina Robson]] (2011)
*[[Lucy Sussex]] (2011)
*[[Sara Douglass]] (2011)
*[[Lisa L. Hannett]] (2011)
*[[Lezli Robyn]] (2012)
*[[Felicity Dowker]] (2012)

==Books==
===In Print===
* [[Troy]]<ref>www.abc.net.au/news/arts/articulate/200607/s1683151.htm</ref> by Simon Brown ISBN 978-0-9586856-6-5
* [[The Workers' Paradise]]<ref>www.abc.net.au/news/arts/articulate/200603/s1598215.htm</ref> editor Russell B. Farr & [[Nick Evans]] ISBN 978-0-9586856-7-2 cover by [[Amanda Rainey]]
* [[Fantastic Wonder Stories]] editors Russell B. Farr ISBN 978-0-9586856-8-9
* [[Love in Vain]] by [[Lewis Shiner]] ISBN 978-0-9586856-9-6, hardcover
* [[Love in Vain]] by Lewis Shiner ISBN 978-0-9803531-0-5
* [[Belong]] editor Russell B. Farr ISBN 978-0-9803531-1-2, hardcover
* [[Belong]] editor Russell B. Farr ISBN 978-0-9803531-2-9
* [[Ghost Seas]] by Steven Utley ISBN 978-0-9803531-3-6, second edition hardcover
* [[Ghost Seas]] by Steven Utley ISBN 978-0-9803531-4-3, second edition
* [[Ghost Seas]] by Steven Utley ISBN 978-0-9803531-5-0, first edition ebook
* [[Magic Dirt]] by Sean Williams ISBN 978-0-9803531-6-7
* [[The Lady of Situations]] by Stephen Dedman ISBN 978-0-9803531-7-4, second edition hardcover
* [[The Lady of Situations]] by Stephen Dedman ISBN 978-0-9803531-8-1, second edition
* [[Basic Black]] by [[Terry Dowling]] by ISBN 978-0-9803531-9-8, hardcover
* [[Make Believe]] by Terry Dowling ISBN 978-0-9806288-0-7, hardcover
* [[The Infernal]] by [[Kim Wilkins]] ISBN 978-0-9806288-1-4, limited hardcover
* [[Basic Black]] by Terry Dowling ISBN 978-0-9806288-2-1
* [[Make Believe]] by Terry Dowling ISBN 978-0-9806288-3-8
* [[Scary Kisses]]<ref>http://scoop.realviewtechnologies.com/default.aspx?iid=42664&startpage=page0000068</ref> editor [[Liz Grzyb]] ISBN 978-0-9806288-4-5, cover by Amanda Rainey
* [[Dead Sea Fruit]] by [[Kaaron Warren]] ISBN 978-0-9806288-5-2 cover by [[Olga Read]], hardcover
* [[Dead Sea Fruit]] by Kaaron Warren ISBN 978-0-9806288-6-9 cover by Olga Read
* [[The Girl With No Hands]] by [[Angela Slatter]] ISBN 978-0-9806288-7-6 cover by Lisa L Hannett, hardcover
* [[The Girl With No Hands]] by Angela Slatter ISBN 978-0-9806288-8-3 cover by Lisa L Hannett

===Out of Print===
* [[Custer's last jump]] by [[Steven Utley]] and [[Howard Waldrop]] ISBN 978-0-9586856-0-3 cover by [[Shaun Tan]], chapbook
* [[Ghost Seas]] by Steven Utley ISBN 978-0-9586856-1-0
* [[Cannibals of the fine light]] by [[Simon Brown]] ISBN 978-0-9586856-2-7 cover by [[Emma Barber]]
* [[A view before dying]] by [[Sean Williams]] ISBN 978-0-9586856-3-4 cover by Emma Barber, chapbook
* [[New Adventures in Sci-fi]] by [[Sean Williams]] ISBN 978-0-9586856-4-1
* [[The Lady of Situations]] by [[Stephen Dedman]] ISBN 978-0-9586856-5-8

===Forthcoming===
* [[Heliotrope]] by [[Justina Robson]] (April 2011)
* [[More Scary Kisses]] edited by [[Liz Grzyb]] (April 2011)
* [[Dead Red Heart]] edited by Russell B. Farr (April 2011)
* [[The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror]] Volume 1 edited by Liz Grzyb and [[Talie Helene]] (May 2011)
* [[Matilda Told Such Dreadful Lies]] by Lucy Sussex (June 2011)
* [[Bluegrass Symphony]] by Lisa L Hannett (August 2011)
* [[The Hall of Lost Footsteps]] by Sara Douglass (November 2011)
* [[Bread and Circuses]] by Felicity Dowker (April 2012)
* [[Damnation and Dames]] edited by Liz Grzyb and [[Amanda Pillar]] (April 2012)
* [[The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror]] Volume 2 edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene (May 2012)
* [[The 400-Million-Year Itch]] Volume 1 of [[The Silurian Tales]] by Steven Utley (July 2011)
* [[Midnight and Moonshine]] by Lisa L Hannett and Angela Slatter (November 2012)
* [[The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror]] Volume 3 edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene (May 2013)
* [[Invisible Kingdoms]] Volume 2 of The Silurian Tales by Steven Utley (July 2013)

==Awards==
===Wins===

====1999====

* Winner ''New Adventures in Sci-Fi'', Sean Williams. Ditmar Award Collected Work<ref>http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Ditmar2000.html</ref>
* Winner "Atrax", Sean Williams and Simon Brown. [[Aurealis Award Horror Short Story]]<ref>http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Aurealis2000.html</ref>
* Winner'' Antique Futures: The Best of Terry Dowling''. [[Aurealis Award Convenor's Award]] (TP was part of MP Books)<ref>http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Aurealis2000.html</ref>

====2005====

* Winner ''TiconderogaOnline''. Ditmar Award Fanzine<ref>http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Ditmar2006.html</ref>

====2007====

* Winner ''Fantastic Wonder Stories'', edited by Russell B. Farr. Ditmar Award Collected Work<ref>http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Ditmar2008.html</ref>
* Winner "A Scar for Leida", Deborah Biancotti. Aurealis Award YA Short Story<ref>http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Aurealis2008.html</ref>

====2008====

* Winner ''Magic Dirt: the Best of Sean Williams''. Aurealis Award Collection<ref>http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Aurealis2009.html</ref>

===Nominations===

====1998====

* ''Cannibals of the Fine Light'' cover, Emma Barber. Nominee [[Ditmar Award Professional Artwork]]
* ''A View Before Dying'' cover, Emma Barber. Nominee [[Ditmar]] Award Professional Artwork

====1999====

* ''The Lady of Situations'', Stephen Dedman. Nominee [[Ditmar Award Collected Work]]

====2000====

* "A Sentiment Open to Doubt", Stephen Dedman. Nominee [[Aurealis Award]] Horror Short Story

====2003====

* No Award. Nominee [[Ditmar Award Fanzine]]

====2005====

* "Summa Seltzer Missive", [[Deborah Biancotti]]. Nominee Ditmar Award Short Story
* "Macciato Lane", [[Cat Sparks]]. Nominee Aurealis Award Horror Short Story

====2006====

* Russell B Farr. Nominee [[Ditmar Award Professional Achievement]]

====2007====

* ''The Workers' Paradise'', edited by Russell B. Farr and Nick Evans. Nominee Ditmar Award Collected Work
* "Yamabushi Kaidan and the Smoke Dragon", [[Shane Jiraiya Cummings]]. Nominee Ditmar Award Novella
* "His Lipstick Minx", [[Kaaron Warren]]. Nominee Ditmar Award Short Story
* "A Scar for Leida", Deborah Biancotti. Nominee Ditmar Award Short Story
* ''The Workers' Paradise'' cover, [[Amanda Rainey]]. Nominee Ditmar Award Artwork
* "Arctica", Cat Sparks. Nominee Aurealis Award SF Short Story
* "Lonely as Life", Simon Brown. Nominee Aurealis Award SF Short Story
* "Cast Off", [[Tracey Rolfe]]. Nominee Aurealis Award YA Short Story
* "Yamabushi Kaidan and the Smoke Dragon", Shane Jiraiya Cummings. Nominee Aurealis Award YA Short Story
* Russell B Farr. Nominee Ditmar Award Professional Achievement

==External links==

*[http://ticonderogapublications.com Ticonderoga Publications]
*[http://ticon4.com Ticonderogaonline]

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