Something to Laugh About

Something to Laugh About is a semi-fragmented short story that follows Tom’s relationship with his Grandpa. It includes themes such as love, healing and death while exploring Australian landscapes and mythology. This piece was published in the short story anthology titled Talent Implied. The book is now available. Information on purchasing your copy coming soon.…

Surf Fiction Catalogue

As part of the continuation of the research conducted in my recently completed Master’s degree, I have have begun cataloguing all professionally published fiction manuscripts, stories and films. The catalogue, while documented more substantially offline, is available to be viewed at the Instagram handle @surffiction where a community is forming. It is the aim there…

Doing for the Doing

Doing for the Doing is an experimental and fragmented piece of fun flash fiction aimed at asking why we do some of the things we do. It is experimentally written in fragments with three different first-person POV’s. This piece was tailored specifically for a casual reading audience, and for Flash Fiction Magazine. Find the link to…

The Falls Through Time: Falls Fest Day 3

As we stumble through the dark, and the dim lights from the tents begin to fade and the echoes of The Kooks final chords stop ringing in our ears, we’re herded like cattle through the dusty gates back into the real world, back into the life we knew before the three days of Falls Festival…

The Slow Starters and Heavy Hitters: Falls Fest Day 2

Glass Animals steal the night and Dune Rats get muddy for day two of the Falls Festival Byron Bay. It was a sluggish morning as the summer sun began its eventual attempts to dry the fields from the following night’s rain. The camp grounds from across the Byron Shire sprouted slow starters like weeds in…

The Ruiins Open Falls Festival Byron Bay

Taking Byron Bay Falls Festival by storm, the Ruiins own the Jack Daniels Stage on the opening evening. With a humble entrance, the Forster two-piece took the barrel house, with its oak, whisky barrels, low lamps and musty atmosphere – not to mention the rest of the ingredients to an old, Aussie pub – to…