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Nominee for Best Small Fictions 2019 anthology

I’m tickled pink and honoured to announce that The Tishman Review has nominated my short story “Warp and Weft” for the Best Small Fictions 2019 anthology, published annually in the US. The Best Small Fictions is the first contemporary anthology...

Art Class, 1983

Let loose with an SLR camera and a roll of black-and-white film, we can stop time. Magpies chortle, grasshoppers whirr, a cool wind stirs the leaves of nearby trees. I am always in freefall, you’re always just landing. The cemetery across the road can...

Finalist – Short Prose Competition

Proud to say that out of more than 480 submissions, my story “Child Bride” was one of twelve finalists in the Writers’ Union of Canada’s 25th Annual Short Prose Competition for Emerging Writers. Congratulations to winner Jo Hatherly and my...