Tag Archive: short stories

Jan 14

In Your Face

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When Tehani from Fablecroft Publishing approached me for a provocative story for her In Your Face anthology I immediately knew what I wanted to write. But oddly enough that wasn’t the story I ended up writing. My original idea was a story I’d wanted to write for a while. It dealt with racism and class …

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Nov 26

Well… that was a long break wasn’t it

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So, I just realised I haven’t done an update since February. FEBRUARY. And it’s almost December. How did that happen?? (I think someone stole a chunk of my¬†year! Help!) And you know, it’s not like things didn’t happen this year. Writing, and life, and the eternal¬†balancing act between the two. I even had some short …

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Oct 05

How is it October?

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This year = too fast. Way too fast. Anyhoo, I got exciting contributor copies in the post yesterday! They’re both such wonderful publications, and I’m a little overwhelmed by the company O.o “Tied to the Waste” is in The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2012 “Always a Price” is in Award Winning Australian Writing …

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Jun 28

Regular programming…

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After a brief hiatus we now return to our regular, scheduled programming! And what’s been going on? Well, let’s see… “The Last Tiger” was published over at Daily SF! Actually, it’s still up there. So go check it out. It has tigers… and robots… but also tigers. You know you love tigers… The Bone Chime …

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May 09

On collaboration

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The story behind ‘Sand and Seawater’, from One Small Step I don’t play well with others. In school I would happily fake an injury to get out of team sports, and I was one of those irritating brats who would rather do the whole assignment by myself than work in a group. Just as well …

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