One Of Us, a tribute anthology to Frank Michaels Errington.

Frank Michaels Errington was a great guy, taken too soon. He was a tireless supporter of horror and would always hit me up the moment he heard I had a new book coming out, asking for a copy to review. He did the same for so many of us. I’m honoured to have my...

New story and podcast at Does The Die In This?

I have a new short story out and a podcast to go with it. Glenn Parker (The Hellbound Heart on Instagram) has this cool project where he talks to horror authors about all kinds of things on his podcast called Does The Dog Die In This. The podcast is accompanied by...

SERVED COLD wins Australian Shadows Award for Best Collected Work

Holy freaking shirtballs! I won another of these sweet demon head trophies. Last night the Australian Shadows Awards were announced. I was already stoked to be a finalists in two categories – one for Best Short Fiction for my story, “The Ocean Hushed the...

Mephisto audio at Planet Raconteur

My short story “Mephisto” was originally published at Daily Science Fiction on the 23rd June, 2014. It was a finalist in the 2014 Australian Shadows Awards for Best Short Story, which is always a thrill. The story is very short, but it’s powerful, and I wrote it...

My second translation in Japanese.

I’m stoked to have another story in Night Land Quarterly, a beautiful digest horror mag from Japan. This time they’ve translated “Crow Shine”, the title story from my award-winning first collection of short stories. In Japanese it’s...

Horror readings at Nightworms

One of the greatest advocates of horror in the world is Sadie Hartmann. Known online as Mother Horror, she is a tireless reviewer and promoter. She runs Nightworms, which is an incredible subscription box service for horror fans, but it has also grown into something...