As well as my novel, We. Are. Family. (MidnightSun Publishing) and short story collection, Dodging the Bull (Wakefield Press), I’ve published stories in journals since 2000:

A Friend on the Hill (highly commended, Studio prize)

What a Perfect Kebab Tastes Like (excerpt) – Antipodes

At the Crossing – (Studio magazine) (+runner up in the Studio Gallery Short Story Competition)

A Belt for Buddha – (Newcastle Short Story Prize Anthology – short-listed entry)

Big Issue profile 2016

Good Readings profile (will need to create free account to view)

All the Ropes Had Blood on Them – Canary Press, Issue 6

Sighting – Sleepers Almanac 8

In the Shell – (Dodging the BullIslandBest Australian StoriesWordlines)

The Favourite – (Island, Best Australian Stories)

Stick With What You Know – (Meanjin)

The Long Way – (Overland)

The Guard – (Readings and Writing: 40 Years of Readings Bookshop; winner Eastern Regional Libraries Short Story Prize)

A Room with a View of a Bed and a Cat and a Window – (Sleepers Almanac)

I talk about my fiction with Clare Strahan on Overland‘s website.

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