I felt extremely honoured to launch JM Green's new book Shoot Through last month. The third of the Stella Hardy trilogy, this book is an absolute cracker.
I'm very pleased to announce that my short story about rogue librarians and black fungus won second prize in the 2019 Newcastle Short Story Award earlier this month.
Tonight, at a small event at the Leading Edge Books Conference in Adelaide, I was awarded the 2019 Penguin Literary Prize for my third manuscript The Spill.
My third manuscript, The Spill, has been shortlisted for the 2019 Penguin Literary Prize.
My story Naamah's Ark received first prize in the Open Short Story category of the Boroondara Literary Awards in a ceremony at the Hawthorn Arts Centre last night.
I feel incredibly thrilled and honoured to have been offered the 2019 Henry Handel Richardson Fellowship for Short Story Writing.
I am happy to report that my story Naamah's Ark was shortlisted for the 2018 Peter Carey Short Story Awards.
My story Naamah's Ark has made the long list for the 2018 Peter Carey Short Story Award.
'My Manuscript is a little boat', a blog post I wrote about trying to get my manuscript published, has itself been published.
On the fourth of July, I read out loud from my 1987 diary in front of a room full of (mostly) strangers in a North Melbourne bar. Yep. That's how I roll.