Biography

LONG BIO

David Kernot is an Australian science fiction, contemporary fantasy, and horror writer whose publications include AlienSkin Magazine, AntipodeanSF, Aoife’s Kiss, April Moon Books, Award Winning Australian Writing, Black House Comics, Flashes in the Dark, Cover of Darkness Magazine, Dark Region Press, MicroHorror, Midnight Echo, Timid Pirate Publishing, The Lovecraft eZine, and The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror Anthology (2011, 2013 & 2014). Writing highlights include: his 2006 win, United Federation of Planets Fan Club of SA Story Competition for Genesis. A 2008 Honourable Mention, Writers of the Future for Dead Man Walking, and that story appeared in the After The World: Corpus Christi Issue 4 Anthology by Black House Comics. In 2011, Australian Horror Writers Association Short Story Competition, co-writing Nzambi Winds with Australian Author, David Conyers. He has also has other Honourable Mentions from Writers of the Future, in Jan 2013 (The Sycamore Tree published by The Colored Lens 2014), in May 2014 (The Search for Giselle), in August 2014 (The Poseidon Stones published by The Colored Lens January 2015), and in 2015 and 2016.

During October 2008 – August 2014 was a member of the leading Australian print publication, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine (ASIM) Co-operative, from issue 38, editor of Issues #43, #52, contributing editor for Issues #50, contributing editor for their ten year special Issue #56, and Issue #59 (2014). He received a HUGO nomination in 2015 for his work on ASIM Issue 59.  He also co-edited Midnight Echo #6 with Jason Fischer and David Conyers (2011), and Extreme Planets Anthology with David Conyers and Jeff Harris (2012).

He has also published a number of his own eBooks as novelettes, novellas, and collections available on Amazon, and Smashwords, etc.
Beam Riders, a short science fiction story.
The Early Years: a collection of 13 science fiction stories
Panspermic Earth: a collection of 7 interconnected science fiction stories, and
Autumn Comes Slowly: a collection of 7 dark fiction short stories (including his only poem).
Future Worlds: a collection of 7 science fiction short stories.
The Search for Giselle: a short military science fantasy.

 

MEDIUM BIO

David Kernot is an Australian science fiction, contemporary fantasy, and horror writer whose publications include AlienSkin Magazine, AntipodeanSF, Aoife’s Kiss, April Moon Books (2014), Award Winning Australian Writing (2012), Black House Comics, Flashes in the Dark, Cover of Darkness Magazine, Dark Region Press, MicroHorror, Midnight Echo, Timid Pirate Publishing, The Colored Lens, The Lovecraft eZine, and The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror Anthology (2011, 2013 & 2014).  Writing highlights include: his 2006 win, United Federation of Planets Fan Club of SA Story Competition for Genesis. A 2008 Honourable Mention, The Writers of the Future Competition for Dead Man Walking, and that story appeared in the After The World: Corpus Christi Issue 4 Anthology by Black House Comics. In 2011, Australian Horror Writers Association Short Story Competition, co-writing Nzambi Winds with Australian Author, David Conyers. He has six Honourable Mentions from The Writers of the Future Competition.  He has also published six novella and ebook collections (Beam Riders, The Early Years, Panspermic Earth, Autumn Comes Slowly, The Search for Giselle, and Future Worlds), and he can be found behind a large Mountain Ash desk, editing several unpublished manuscripts.

 

SHORT BIO:

David Kernot is an Australian author living in the Mid North of South Australia and when he’s not writing, he’s riding his Harley Davidson through the wheat, wine, and wool farming lands. He writes contemporary fantasy, science fiction, and horror, and is the author of over fifty published short stories in a variety of anthologies, magazines, and eZines in Australia, the US, and in Canada, including Award Winning Australian Writing (2012), and the Year’s Best Australian Fantasy & Horror (2011,2013, & 2014). More information can be found at http://www.davidkernot.com