writing · 02. January 2020
My latest story, Dear Santa, can be read at Antipodean SF now. A dyslexic child accidentally summons the devil: https://antisf.com.au/the-stories/dear-santa
publishing · 26. November 2019
The Hawthorn & Ash anthology is now available for purchase. My short story Jackalope appears in this collection.
photos · 13. October 2019
I found a new sculpture in the city right by the tramline that brightened up a rainy spring day.
photos · 12. October 2019
Lyttelton shop window. I don't know where she's going, but she's going to get there in style.
photos · 12. October 2019
The port town of Lyttelton is just over the hill from Christchurch. No matter which way you look, there's always a dramatic landscape.
photos · 12. October 2019
We're well into Spring here and I am fully out of hibernation so I thought I'd post a few photos from my wanderings around the city. Here's some activated charcoal bread rolls from a local baker.
writing · 22. July 2019
My two latest published stories, The Ghost in the Coffee Machine, and Little Monster are now live on the Thrilling Words website: http://www.thrillingwords.com/2019/07/23/the-ghost-in-the-coffee-machine/
writing · 22. June 2019
This was a writing exercise we did in class recently - we had to write a letter of apology after having done something terrible.
conventions · 08. June 2019
There comes a time when even the most introverted writer must emerge into the light of day to commune with their fellows.
general · 08. June 2019
I've been MIA for a while, I know. I'm doing a degree in Creative Writing in my spare time in order to improve my writing, but the unintended side-effect of that is that whenever I have essay deadlines I find myself unable to work on my personal writing. Also winter is actually following the calendar this year - temperatures have taken a nosedive, and I'm well into hibernation mode. No snow yet - that photo there is from 2011, but it wouldn't surprise me if we get some this year. Anyway, I'm...

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