Where I’ve Been Published

Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair.

The Australian Times

Blue-eyed Boy Bait

  • Canaries in the Cerebrum

DIVA Magazine

Also the short stories ‘A Fitting Encounter’ (Issue #210) and ‘Alissa in Wonderland’ (Issue #214).

g3 Magazine

  • Top 10 Hottest TV mums
  • Top 10 Locations for a First Date

The Girls Are

Girls Who Fight

  • Geography

Glitterwolf Magazine

  • Teeth are Ghosts that Haunt
  • The Yellow Dress

global tolerance

Gloom Cupboard

Ink-Sweat-And-Tears

  • XXXX [if the site is down, you can read a fine, fine review of the piece which contains the poem itself here]

Lesbilicious

The Neopian Times

Offbeat Home

Oh Comely Magazine

  • the heart, dissected

Pink Paper

Shadowlocked

SPILT MILK

  • Semi-colon

The Stag

Vagabondage Press

Vintage Fashion Blog

When Sally Met Sally

Yearn for Adventure

My writing also appears in ‘NEW STREET ART‘ by Claude Crommelin and WordPlay: The Magazine of the English Subject Centre.

3 Responses to “Where I’ve Been Published”

  1. kassommers August 17, 2013 at 4:39 PM #

    The link above to WordPlay makes it a bit hard to find the blogs you did as an undergraduate English student. They are archived now and are available as downloadable Word documents at http://www.english.heacademy.ac.uk/explore/resources/studexp/blogs.php. (I think they should have turned them into .pdfs.)

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