Publications

2017

Interview regarding “All of us are in pieces” SmokeLong Quarterly, September 2017

 

Butterscotch Reflex Fiction, September 2017

 

The body of a man Lost Balloon, September 2017

 

Düsseldorf Flash Fiction Magazine, September 2017

 

Michael Stipe knows everything WhiskeyPaper, September 2017

 

Emerald Reflex Fiction, August 2017

 

Our ribs hold our lungs Blue Fifth Review, August 2017

 

Elvis and Bowie sang tonight (b)OINK, August 2017

 

Their wings outstretched and wide Literary Orphans, July 2017

 

All of us are in pieces SmokeLong Quarterly, July 2017

 

Before Switzerland Pinball, July 2017

 

Smoking on the back steps of Bobst Library, NYU Unbroken Journal, July 2017

 

Acute intoxication Bath Flash Fiction Award, commended (judge, Meg Pokrass) June 2017

 

I know Atticus Review, June 2017

 

Chemistry Split Lip Magazine, June 2017; Fightin’ Words with…Melissa Goode Split Lip Magazine blog, July 2017

 

Best for baby Fictive Dream, June 2017

 

Everything bright and illuminated Foxglove Journal, June 2017

 

Who else could you be? TRAIN, May 2017

 

Crystal Spelk, April 2017

 

In the same light Penny Shorts, April 2017

 

Charvet, white, 16R Every Day Fiction, March 2017

 

It starts here (14th/8th) Foliate Oak, March 2017

 

“Where it is minus forty-four degrees Celsius” published in To Carry Her Home: Bath Flash Fiction, Volume 1 (print), February 2017

 

On a planet other than ours Litro Magazine, January 2017

 

Her little name, a seed The Fiction Pool, January 2017

 

Black against the blue Brilliant Flash Fiction, January 2017

 

Here we are Peacock Journal, January 2017

 

2016

It was all going to be so beautiful Chicago Literati, December 2016

 

Bird, thief Flash Flash Click, December 2016; Angels Flight Literary West, May 2017

 

Morningtown Maudlin House, October 2016

 

Paris Street; Rainy Day, 1877 Bartleby Snopes, October 2016

 

The stars shine in Queens, too Five on the Fifth, October 2016

 

We did this Irish Literary Review, October 2016

 

Then we reached Magnolia Bird’s Thumb, October 2016

 

“On a planet other than ours” Bridport Prize 2016, Shortlisted (judge, Tessa Hadley) October 2016

 

A crack in the teacup Griffith Review, September 2016; placed second in the Josephine Ulrick Literature Prize 2016, August 2016

 

No one is home Jellyfish Review, September 2016; nominated by Jellyfish Review for a Pushcart Prize in November 2016

 

Waiting in the cafeteria of Saint Joseph Medical Center, Joliet Gravel, September 2016; nominated by Gravel for a Pushcart Prize in November 2016

 

All roads lead to the Met New World Writing, August 2016

 

“All of us were awake last night” The Avalon Literary Review (US print journal), July 2016

 

The whole damn lovely thing Cleaver Magazine, June 2016

 

Everything will be okay Mulberry Fork Review, January 2016

 

2015

“The visit” Tincture Journal, September 2015

 

“Forgetting England”, “Leaving the State” and “The time for sleep” Bang!  July 2015 (for one month)

 

Keeping the foxes out Pithead Chapel, April 2015

 

There are no words Halfway Down the Stairs, March 2015

 

A lack of oxygen Short Fiction Break, February 2015

 

2014

“In the same light” Words on the Waves 2015 Award, Longlisted, December 2014

 

“Tomorrow” Crannóg (Irish print journal), October 2014

 

“Singing goodbye” Word Hut (runner up in the Word Hut 14th Short Story Competition 2014)

 

“His escape” Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Competition 2014, Longlisted

 

2012

“Exile” The Fiction Desk (anthology “There was once a place”), May 2014; Bridport Prize 2012, Shortlisted (judge, Patrick Gale)

 

“The only damage” was made into a short film in 2012 called “The One Who Broke Your Heart” by the production company Jungle. It was shown at St Kilda Film Festival (2013), Palm Springs International Film Festival (2013) and Flickerfest (2013).

 

Earlier

“The only damage” Best Australian Short Stories 2005 (editor, Frank Moorhouse) (print); runner up in Josephine Ulrick Literature Prize 2005