The Artifice 8 May 2019
The Changing Faces of Fear in Australian Literature
Writing From Below April 2019
The Queer Body as Time Machine
Live Write Thrive 1 April 2019
When Slow Writing Leads to Great Writing
WQ Magazine March 2019 Issue 264
Why are Writers So Obsessed with Process?
The Artifice 18 August 2018
Walking and Writing: The Effects of Exercise on Creative Thinking
October Hill Summer Issue 2018
‘Sidney Cherry’ – a literary short story about a waitress who is having an affair with her boss’s husband.
Text Journal Vol 21 no 1 April 2017
‘Haunted’ – a 500 word meta piece where an author speaks directly to her protagonist.
#8word story Queensland Writers Centre, October 2017
The following micro-fiction appeared as part of the QWC #8word project
His words hung like a lantern, lighting everything.
Avid Reader Flash Fiction Prize August 2017
‘Heart Sounds’ – a 50 word flash fiction piece that was short listed for the Avid Read Flash Fiction Prize.
Thunderbolt Prize 2017
‘The Bell’ – this short story was commended.
The Cusp July 26, 2017
How to Make the Right Decision, Every Time.
The Cusp September 1, 2017
Five Ways to Bring More Fun Into Your Life.
The Huffington Post August 25, 2017
The Benefits of Books Stack Up, So Here are 5 Ways to Read More.
Queensland Writers Centre September 2017
Messing With the Routine. (Members only)
The Artifice July 26, 2017
How Time and Readers’ Expectations Have Affected Opening Sentences