Published elsewhere

Here is a selection of pieces that I have had published outside of this blog:


Short Documentary Film Festival – Overland Journal (Aus)
Notes For Poems to be Found in the Desert – Burning House Press (UK)
Charlotte Olayinka’s launch speech for Tony Messenger’s “Poems to be found in the desert” Burning House Press (UK)
The desert responds to “Poems to be found in the desert” – Burning House Press (UK)
Fournel’s Bouquet – Winning Short Story in Open Section at the Jugiong Writer’s Festival (Aus)
Grit – Writers Victoria Flash Fiction Challenge (Aus)
Review ‘poems to be found in the desert’ – Burning House Press (UK)
Fragments 1, 2 & 5 – Firmament 1, A Journal of Considered Miscellany (USA) Purchase at the link
Fragments 9, 11 & 3 – Minor Literature(s) (USA)
Fragments 6, 7, 8 & 10 – Minor Literature(s) (USA)


Review and interview with Melody Paloma (‘In Some Ways Dingo’) – Mascara Literary Review (Aus)
Review ‘Constitution’ by Amelia Dale (includes interview) – Mascara Literary Review (Aus)
Review and interview with Sarah Holland-Batt ‘ The Hazards’ – Southerly Journal 77.1 (Aus)
Review – ‘Bricks & Mortar’ by Clemens Meyer (tr. Katy Derbyshire) – Three Percent as part of the Best Translated Book Award “Why xxx should win” series (USA)
Review – ‘To Leave with the Reindeer’ by Olivia Rosenthal (tr. Sophie Lewis) – Review 31 (UK)
Review and interview with Richard James Allen (The short story of you and I) – Verity La (Aus)
Review – ‘Death is Hard Work’ by Khaled Khalifa (tr. Leri Price) – Three Percent as part of the Best Translated Book Award “Why xxx should win” series (USA)
Review and interview with Zenobia Frost (After the Demolition) – Verity La (Aus)
Review and interview with Ali Whitelock (the lactic acid in the calves of your despair) – Mascara Literary Review (Aus)


‘Re – virus ‘Policies to be found in the destruction’’ – Concrescence online (Aus)
Two sestinas published in the 2018 Seagull Books Catalogue (India) Note – not available online or for purchase
Australia Burns – collaborative hybrid text and photographs written with Kayla Milaudi – Burning House Press UK