This is the page of author, writer, editor and publisher Robert N Stephenson. From here you can download free anthologies and free fiction and poetry. Please feel free to share this site and help share the work of some of the best writers in the world today. Robert is currently the submissions editor for The Blend InternationalJournal. It is something very different from his usual role but it will be good to just leave management to others for a change.

FREE Anthologies -

​eBooks only. Print from Amazon at cost

Book Signing Event

Saturday June 22nd

Blackwood Church of Christ foyer, on the corner of Waite Street and Shephards Hill Road Blackwood South Australia 5051

From 6:30PM to 8:30PM

If in South Australia you can buy books that are linked on this site and get them signed or you can buy a book on the night, from a limited first come first served supply.

There are 6 titles on offer as well as 3 anthologies Robert has edited. If you know of people in Adelaide who would like to attend please let them know.

Numbers are limited to sixty (60) so if you want to book a place then contact altair-australia@altair-australia.com  - please, only book a place if you intend to come.

​Thank you

Altair Australia Courses

SF/F/H Genre course for all writing levels.


Robert N Stephenson, an established genre and writing professional trainer and accredited trainer of course materials. He has worked for Australian College of Journalism, Thompson's Learning, Australian College, Cengage, Open College and Careerline Courses over a period of 15 years. He holds a Certificate IV and Arts Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing and has 20 years as a professional writer to support the learning materials.


Costs have been kept as low as possible with both 12 month and 4-week courses available. Each course comes with a Statement of Attainment at the completion of the training assessments - 8 for the 12-month course, 3 for the 4-week course.

Ten times nominated Honourable mention WoTF and 1 Semi Finalist Finnish

An extremely rare audio of the late Sarah Hocking reading Robert N Stephenson's literary story 'The Basement'