Memories of Fish from Interzone 270.
On Darwin Tides from the Arizona State University Everything Change anthology.
In Your Face:
The Never Never Land:
L. Ron Hubbard presents Writers of the Future Volume 30:
News and media:
I have been selected as a finalist in the 2016 Climate Fiction Short Story Contest run by Arizona State University and judged by Kim Stanley Robinson.
2018 – Winner of the Best Fanart Ditmar Award for How To Bee.
2018 – “Island Green” nominated in the best novella category of the Ditmar awards. Results TBA.
2018 – “Island Green” nominated in the best novella category of the Aurealis awards. Results TBA.
2017 – E.G. Harvey Award for Speculative Art
2017 – Artwork for Lackington’s 12 awarded Ditmar for Best Artwork.
2016-17 – My story No One Here is Going to Save You was a nominee/finalist in the 2016 Aurealis Awards YA Short Story category.
2016 – My story On Darwin Tides was a finalist in the 2016 Climate Fiction Short Story Contest run by Arizona State University.
2015 – Nominated for 2015 Ditmar Award in Illustration category.
2015 – E.G. Harvey Award for Speculative Art
2014 – Nominated for 2014 Ditmar Award in Best New Talent category.
2014 – Judge for Science Fiction Short Story category of Aurealis Awards.
2013 – Nominated for 2013 Ditmar Award in Illustration category.
2013 – placed second in quarter three of the 2014 Writers of the Future Contest.
2013 – First prize in Conflux 9 art show (2D – Amateur Division).
2012 – Flash fiction horror story: “Blood Lilies” won the Flash Fiction competition held by the Australian Horror Writers Association.
2012 – Flash fiction post-apocalypse story: “You and Me, The Sand and Sea” came runner-up in the Conflux 8 short story competition.
2012 – Short story about a Foot-And-Mouth outbreak in Australia called “The Plague Most Feared” came runner up in the “Australian Security Nightmares” writing competition run by the Australian Security Research Council.
2012 – Winner of the Art Competition at Conflux 8.
2012 – Winner of Best Art, Open Category, in the “Write-a-book-in-a-day” Competition. http://www.writeabookinaday.com/2012/results.html