Category Archive: short stories

Oct 13

A few things happened while I was away


So, I’ve been in Japan. It was wonderful brilliant epic beautiful and fantastic fun. There will be photos. Soon. But a few things happened while I was away! Like, From Stage Door Shadows was launched. It was very exciting to come home to my very own copy (although Navi doesn’t look very excited about it…) …

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Sep 03

From Stage Door Shadows!


I’m very excited to be a part of this anthology! Because it has such a kick-arse cover, the concept is so interesting, I get to share the TOC with so many wonderful writers, and eMergent Publishing rock. That simple. They rock.   Twenty-six authors trade Tiny Dancer’s California-blessed lyrics for the shadowed recesses of stages …

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Sep 01

The little story that could

So, on the exciting news front, we have this: ‘Flowers in the Shadow of the Garden’ has been shortlisted for the WSFA Small Press award! There are some amazing stories and authors on that list. It’s an honour to be there with them! ‘Flowers in the Shadow of the Garden’ was published in the Hope …

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Jul 22

Light Touch Paper – Sydney book launch/lunch!

YOU’RE INVITED to The SYDNEY LAUNCH of LIGHT TOUCH PAPER – STAND CLEAR A new speculative fiction anthology already getting good reviews! To celebrate the arrival of the new spec-fic anthology, Light Touch Paper, Stand Clear, edited by Edwina Harvey and Simon Petrie and featuring short stories from Joanne Anderton (award-winning author of Debris) Adam …

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Jul 10

Guest Post: Rabia Gale on fracturing fairy tales


I’m VERY excited to have Rabia Gale visiting today. Rabia’s a fantastic writer, and I’ve been lucky to know her as a friend and writing buddy for… um… well it’d be a few years now. Rabia, hon, how long have we been doing this? Anyway, to celebrate the release of her short story collections Shattered: …

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