Publication History

  • Short story ‘Pot Pourri’ a finalist in the 2019 Takahe Magazine Short Story Competition. (2019)
  • Book review published by The New Zealand Poetry Society magazine ‘a fine line’ Autumn edition (2019)
  • Short story ‘Inhalation’ long-listed for the Fiction Factory Short Story Competition. (2019)
  • Interviewed for article ‘Your brain can be a bit of a dick: Disabled writers and ableism in Aotearoa’ by Elizabeth Heritage writing for The Pantograph Punch. (2018)
  • Several poems and a review published in The New Zealand Poetry Society’s magazine ‘a fine line’ (multiple editions) (2018) (2019)
  • Poems ‘Clean Sweep’ and ‘Road Safety’ published in the Momaya Poetry Review (2018).
  • Poem ‘Wet Blanket’ a Finalist in the Pen 2 Paper Creative Writing Contest. (2018)
  • Three poems published in the Fourth Annual Hooked on Haiku publication- poem ‘Equine Dreams’ listed in the Top 10 – book available on Amazon. (2018)
  • Short story ‘Constellation’ long listed for the Fiction Factory Short Story Competition (2018)
  • Short story ’Inhalation’ listed as a finalist for the Brutal Summer Short Story Competition (2018)
  • Poems ‘Beginning and ‘Belief’ published by the in the Empowerment Poetry and Prose Collection. (2018)
  • Personal essay ‘Small gestures’ published by PeerZone on their website. (2017)
  • Article ‘The Stories we tell’ published on mental health website Mad in Aotearoa. (2017)
  • Long listed for the ‘Don’t Talk To Me About Love’ poetry competition (poem ‘A first taste of rainbow’ published online) (2017)
  • Poem ‘Rags to Riches’ poem published in poetry competition pamphlet for the 2017 ‘Poems In The Waiting Room’ Winter edition (2017)
  • Short story awarded Honours in the New Zealand Writer’s College annual competition. (2015)
  • Commendation for the Chartwell Art Essay Writing Prize run by Victoria University’s Adam Art Gallery. (2015)
  • Successive finalist positions and a Highly Commended award in 2014 in Whitireia Polytechnic’s Eat Your Words poetry competition (resulted in three being published in a limited release book each year of the competition (2010, 2012, 2014)