I write about science and monsters and what makes people tick. But at heart I’m a storyteller. So if you like your science fiction to explore humanity as much as tech, your fairytales dark and trope-twisting, and your worlds as diverse and thought-provoking as the one we live in, then join the story and read on.
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Dissolution started off as a nightmare. I was running, hard. I was so scared I thought I was going to choke. All I knew was that two men in suits were chasing me and that they were ruthless. And that they didn’t want me, not really. They were chasing a number. A body. An asset. Now, my family is pretty … Read More
AN: This has been a long time coming and I am super excited about this chance to give back. Just needed to let you know that. Ok, here’s the professional stuff: MEDIA RELEASE 22 MARCH 2016 AUSTRALIAN SCIENCE FICTION AUTHOR LAUNCHES CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN FOR LOCAL SCIENCE Melbourne, Victoria. Science fiction and science have always had a mutually symbiotic relationship. … Read More
Magic came to the world in flowers. They came from below, out of season and out of time. They split through concrete and brick and bridges and made the air a thickly scented haze of soft pollen. The ones who survived the deadly assault on the human immune system woke to find the world already mourning the ones who hadn’t. … Read More
This story appears in Division: A Collection of Science Fiction Fairytales. RICHARD SITS ON a couch that’s too soft, waiting. He’s given up trying to get comfortable. Even shifting only reminds him of the cold sweat misting his skin and the empty space in front of him where his eyepiece should be projecting. He’s overhyped, a raw nerve. Maybe he … Read More
The courtroom flickered over her face. Blue light. Pale. Calming. Frightening. It washed out everything, made the judge look inhuman, made its eyes look as distant as an empty sky. “Ms. Ling,” said the avatar. Its fingers flexed down on the sensor, rapping down like a gavel. “I hereby find you guilty of theft. As this is your second conviction, I … Read More