News, Interviews and Guest Blogs


Rhianna Patrick, ABC Local Radio
August 18
I’ll be chatting with Rhianna Patrick on Sunday evening about the growth of queer fiction.

Genrecon, State Library of Queensland, Brisbane.
November 22-24

Join me for a few things over the weekend. I’ll be part of a panel titled ‘Social Media: Are We There Yet? Do I Have To?’ at 11 a.m. on Saturday, 23 November.

Then come to a workshop where together we’ll formulate plots for dystopian novels centred around social media. 3.20 p.m. on Saturday, 23 November.

Then join me, Jaymin Eve, Kaydence Snow, and Rivqa Rafael for the ‘Love in Strange Lands’ panel in Auditorium 2, 11 a.m. on Sunday, 24 November.


The Queer Sci Fi group’s new flash fiction anthology, Migration, will be out soon. I’m one of the lucky authors who made it into this collection.

The book will be out as a paperback and an eBook from July 25 (July 24 US date). You can pre-order eBook editions from the links below.

Also keep an eye out for one of my stories in the Aussie Speculative Fiction Group’s anthology, Journeys, toward the end of the year.


I’ve released a SHORT STORY for you to download FREE!
Just click the graphic below.

You can also find it at Barnes and Nobel and Smashwords.

The team at Aussie Speculative Fiction are sharing first chapters. You can find your next great read by getting to know the start of the story.

Find it at Bookfunnel or straight from their Website.


Thanks to Baz and Vance who’ve featured me three times on their Wrote Podcast.

You can hear these episodes HERE.

I was lucky enough to be asked to present my take on Writing Magic Realism on R.R. Campbell’s podcast series, Writescast.

You can listen to the episode HERE.

I have three WIPs I’m currently working on.

The first is a fantasy titled Winter Masquerade¬†which follows Ferris, a guy who wakes up on a mysterious cruise liner on a chocolate sea and a permanent rainbow in the sky. All he wants to do is get home to his boyfriend, but the Alchemist, the only person that can help him, is missing.¬† With a cast of eccentric characters he finds what he wants isn’t necessarily what he needs.

The second is The Midnight Man, where Stan, a middle aged man in an unhappy relationship, meets twenty-one year old Asher. He is the man of Stan’s dreams – as he literally only shows up in Stan’s dreams.

The third is set in the nineties and features six characters learning about love in Sydney during the rave party days. I’m keeping the title secret for now, but keep an eye out for the hashtag #EHHADF

Most of my current blogs are updates on how these novels are progressing.