“Polymer Island” will be published in Kaleidotrope.
“Twire” will be published in Unfettered by Tiny Owl Workshop.
Published Fiction Works
In 2018 “Lost Property” was published in A Hand of Knaves. Rosemary is a school girl who’s always in trouble … but sometimes a rebel is just the person you need to save the day! To buy A Hand of Knaves in paper or ebook form, head to CSFG’s website.
“Uncontainable” was published in Apex Magazine. This is a free read, or listen (happy holidays!). If you like what you find in Apex, please consider sponsoring the mag through Patreon for as little as a dollar.
“Uncontainable” is a story about a little girl whose family doesn’t understand her, and a woman with a strange long coat, with something inside it…
“Bitterness of Brugmansia” was published in Hell’s Bells by the Australian Horror Writers Association, available on Amazon. It’s a story about a Christmas Tree hybridised with Angel’s Trumpet… and that plant is… thirsty.
“Casino Five” was published in the anthology Next, edited by Simon Petrie and Rob Porteous. It was published by the Canberra Science Fiction Guild.
“Sayuri’s Revenge” was published in Tales from The Bell Club, edited by Paul Mannering and published by Knightswatch Press. This was my first international story sale. It was also listed on Ticonderoga’s recommended reading list.
“Surgeon Scalpelfingers” was published in Midnight Echo 6, by the Australian Horror Writers Association.
This is a link to my interview about science fiction horror, and a preview of “Surgeon Scalpelfingers.”
“The Stormchilds” was published in Winds of Change, edited by Elizabeth Fitzgerald and published by CSFG. It’s about twins born in a cyclone and their strange relationship to the storms.
“Deathborn Light,” was published in Dead Red Heart, the Australian vampire anthology which comes highly recommended by Black Static. “Deathborn Light,” is about a vampire giving birth in a rainforest.
“The Perforation” won the Aussiecon Four short story competition in 2010 and was published in the Aussiecon Four souvenir booklet.