Lux Aeterna  Jellyfish Review, April 2021


Goodness and Mercy The Forge Literary Magazine, March 2021



V&A The Phare, November 2020


In Violet Fractured Lit, October 2020, nominated by Fractured Lit for The Best Small Fictions 2021


Skin Hunger The Masters Review, March 2020


Clef Gulf Stream, January 2020, featured in Miami Book Fair 2020



Demolition Paper Darts, December 2019; Micro Fiction Award Finalist, theme “Bright”, judged by Leesa Cross-Smith; shortlisted

for The Wigleaf Top 50


The Winged Lion Jellyfish Review, December 2019


Husband or Electric Light New South Journal, December 2019


Sacred and Profane and Author’s Note CRAFT, November 2019; nominated by CRAFT for The Best Small Fictions 2020


Night in Saint-Cloud matchbook, August 2019


Interview about flash fiction writing New Flash Fiction Review, August 2019


Prayers for the Lost CutBank, July 2019; nominated by CutBank for a Pushcart Prize 2020


Give Me A Love Song The Penn Review, May 2019; Longform Fiction Pick of the Week; nominated by The Penn Review for Best of the Net 2019


Doorkijkje Fiction Southeast, May 2019


Nocturne Splonk, May 2019


Godless Monkeybicycle, April 2019


Points in the Air  New Flash Fiction Review, March 2019


The Sound of Silence Okay Donkey, March 2019


Fast Pidgeonholes, March 2019


Goodnight Pithead Chapel, March 2019


Golconda Atticus Review, December 2018; Honourable Mention in Atticus Review 2018 Flash Fiction Contest


Small fish Superstition Review, December 2018


One more time Jellyfish Review, November 2018


Lambs and Author interview Synaesthesia Magazine, November 2018; Third Place in Synaesthesia Magazine 2018 Flash Fiction Contest


Empire of light Gone Lawn, September 2018; selected by Dan Chaon for Best Microfiction 2019


We were burning the whole time Hypertrophic Press, September 2018; nominated by Hypertrophic Press for a Pushcart Prize 2019


I Wanna Be Adored CHEAP POP, August 2018; nominated by CHEAP POP for a Pushcart Prize 2019; selected by Dan Chaon for Best Microfiction 2019; selected by Mary Miller for The Wigleaf Top 50


Here we are now X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine, August 2018


None of us should be here Pidgeonholes, July 2018; nominated by Pidgeonholes for The Best Small Fictions 2019


What I’m reading Meanjin Quarterly, May 2018 (review of Leesa Cross-Smith’s novel Whiskey & Ribbons)


Pretenders Atlas + Alice, May 2018


The Eternal City Synaesthesia Magazine, April 2018


Three stories: More than food; Red; I will not show my love in turquoise FRiGG, April 2018


Guernica jmww, March 2018


Tonight, we are awake Wigleaf, February 2018; nominated by Wigleaf for Best Microfiction 2019; selected by Dan Chaon for Best Microfiction 2019


On and on Third Point Press, February 2018


Extreme Unction The Forge Literary Magazine, January 2018; nominated by The Forge Literary Magazine for a Pushcart Prize 2019


Brighton Blue The Nottingham Review, December 2017; nominated by The Nottingham Review for The Best Small Fictions 2018 in January 2018


Acute intoxication, “Casey, a tattoo” and “Each night I am sorrier than the night before” published in The lobsters run free: Bath Flash Fiction, Volume 2 (print), December 2017


Dolce Vita MoonPark Review, December 2017; nominated by MoonPark Review for The Best Small Fictions 2018 in December 2017; nominated by MoonPark Review for Best of the Net 2018 in August 2018


Can’t help falling in love Mr. Bear’s Violet Hour Saloon, Boston Free Radio, podcast of various stories of mine, November 2017


Newark (EWR)—Düsseldorf (DUS) matchbook, November 2017


It falls Jellyfish Review, November 2017; Chosen by Aimee Bender for The Best Small Fictions 2018


“The blackbird sings” published in Ellipsis Zine “One” (print), October 2017


An egg in its cup Menacing Hedge, October 2017; nominated by Menacing Hedge for Best of the Net 2018 in September 2018


Dark, still water Kill Your Darlings, October 2017


Halfway through Malachi New Flash Fiction Review, October 2017; nominated by New Flash Fiction Review for The Best Small Fictions 2018 in January 2018


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; nominated by Unbroken Journal for a Pushcart Prize in November 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



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



“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



“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



“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).



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