Winner of the 2017 Thunderbolt Prize for Crime Writing – Fiction
“An unsettling story that effectively uses the mundane event of a sewerage blockage to create tension. The truth about the protagonist’s character is slowly revealed through his thoughts and memories. Narrative detail is sparse, but evocatively used, letting the reader fill in the gaps of the story with their own imagination.” – Emma Viskic, Fiction Judge for the 2017 Thunderbolt Prize
Winner of The Writing Junction Mentorship and Microfiction Competition (2016)
A woman who can turn into a crow discovers something unpleasant about her husband.
Reprinted in Longshot Island (2018)
The Writing Junction
A group of harpies take on a young human lover. Told through the eyes of a younger member of the group.
A Girl and her Dog (2015)
Cassie wakes up to find a puppy in place of her partner. This relationship just goes to show that not everything is better with a dog. A bit of strange fiction focusing on what can’t always be fixed.
Mirror Mirror (2015)
When best friends, Michelle and Jess, move in together after high school they both become transfixed by an old antique mirror Michelle brings into the apartment.
On the blog
A writer is visited by a character from her past with some unfinished business.