(Yet unpublished story) – Honorable Mention, L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, 1st Quarter 2016
(Yet unpublished story) – Honorable Mention, L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, 3rd Quarter 2015
The Poseidon Stones – Honorable Mention, L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, 3rd Quarter 2014
The Search for Giselle – Honorable Mention, L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, 2nd Quarter 2014
The Sycamore Tree – Honorable Mention, L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, 4th Quarter 2012
Midnight Echo #6 publication – Australian Shadow Awards Honorable Mention (co-edited with Jason Fischer and David Conyers) 2011
Nzambi Winds – Winner, Australian Horror Writers Association, Short Story Competition (co-written with David Conyers) 2011
Dead Man Walking – Honorable Mention, L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, 2nd Quarter 2008
Genesis – Winner, United Federation of Planets Fan Club of SA, Science Fiction and Fantasy Story Competition 2006
2016 Shadows Judge
It was a blast to be involved with the group and be a judge and promote Australian an=d New Zealand Authors.
2015 HUGO Nominee
For my editing of Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine (2014) Issue 59… a HUGO Nomination.
EXTREME PLANETS ANTHOLOGY
I was co-editor with David Conyers and Jeff Harris for the Chaosium publication, Extreme Planets Anthology. The issue was a Science Fiction theme of planets that had extreme conditions and how life coped with them.
I was co-editor with David Conyers and Jason Fischer for the Midnight Echo 6 Edition that was released in November 2011. The issue was a Science Fiction Horror theme.
Since October 2008 I assisted with the production of ASIM publications – issues 38 onwards. Working with the team is a blast, and I hope I’ve made some excellent friends in the process. During this time, so far, I have edited my own Issues 43 and 52. I was also co-editor for issues 50 and 56. I also managed Subscriptions for a while, but now only look after the Website, and read slush etc… Did you know that the group have changed their name? Now they are simply the Andromeda Spaceways Magazine (no more Inflight Magazines – it was a cost cutting measure) but you can still expect the same awesome selection of stories and this continues without a hitch.
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