Writing

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Publications

2021 – Microflix Festival, Earthquake

2020 – Overland 237.5 Autumn Fiction Edition, Unspoken

2020 – Newcastle Herald Short Story Award, The Pinata

2019 – Meniscus Literary Journal, Vol 7, Issue 2, Ruins

2019 – Shuffle, Spineless Wonders, Earthquake

2018 – Microflix Festival, Koi

2017 – Grieve anthology, Hunter Writers’ Centre, Hanging On

2017 – F(r)iction Literary Journal, No 8, September, Microchimerism

2017 – Newcastle Writers’ Festival, story phone, Koi

2017 – Newcastle Writers’ Festival, short film, Koi

2017 – Newcastle Short Story Award, The Remains

2016 – Flashing the Square, multi-media platform, Koi

2016 – Mascara Literary Review, April, Caught in the Rip

2016 – Sydney Writers’ Festival, Little Fictions Sydney, Koi

2016 – Australian Award Winning Writing, Koi

2016 – Northerly, Sept-Oct,  Joys of Wasting Time

2013 – The Weekend Australian, Travel & Indulgence, Where Silence is Golden

2012 – The Mercreature and Other Stories anthology, Tahitian Sunsets

2012 – Newcastle Herald Short Story Award, The Flood

2011  – Wood, Brick and Stone, Catchfire Press, The Brick

2009 – Cutwater Literary Anthology, Cutwater Press, Cultural Capital

2008 – From the Earth to the Table, Catchfire Press, The Olive Tree

2007 – Through the Valley, Catchfire Press, Under the Skin

Awards

2019 – longlisted, Flash Fiction 500 Competition, My Son, The Artist

2019 – shortlisted, Albury Short Story Competition, The Artist

2018 – won, Peter Cowan 600 Word Short Story Competition, Heat

2016 – finalist, Newcastle Short Story Award, The Remains

2016 – won, Joanne Burns Microlit Award, Koi

2016 – placed, Wollongong Writers Festival Short Story Competition, Caught in the Rip

2016 – finalist, F(r)iction Fall Flash Fiction Competition, Colorado, USA, Microchimerism

2014 – commended, Katharine Susannah Pritchard Short Fiction Award, The Rip

2012 – finalist, Newcastle Short Story Award, Tahitian Sunsets

2009 – placed, Coves Historical Writing Competition, The Dragon Plate

1997 – represented University of Newcastle, JEA OZZIE Awards for Student Journalism, Lost in France

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