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I grew up rural working class. Much of my work is raw and from experience.
Many stories and poems published worldwide.

2014 Pushcart Prize nominee. (more)

''They are not long, the days of wine and roses:
Out of a misty dream
Our path emerges for a while, then closes,
Within a dream.''


She tried to cross the bridge in a flood

She underestimated the power of nature.

New story Don't bring me Down - at One Page Lit.

Please share if you like it. It's never easy getting the words out there. One Page is a good publication too. They offer a voice for the underdog. With the amount of snobbery in the Australian Literary scene (and the world in general), God knows we need it.


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  1. Felt like I was there, nice tense story, with a sudden change from being a story about courage to being one about cowardness - caving into perceived peer group pressure. I had a friend who drowned when he tried to save another person, but he was the guide of a raft on the Franklin river in Tassy, so he basically had a duty to at least attempt to save one of his passengers who had fallen out. Wonder what was going through his mind at that moment.

  2. I think I remember this one. You appropriately bring power and ferocity to the scene: an anxiety-provoking human vs nature struggle. Very well written, my friend. xo


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