I’m an Australian computer programmer and science fiction writer.
I live in Melbourne and love travelling. I’ve been lucky enough to visit more than 80 countries.
I’ve always been interested in writing science fiction and made my first sale when I was 18. I’ve had short stories and articles published in magazines, newspapers and web sites. I have been a finalist for the Aurealis Awards, several of my stories have received honorable mentions in Year’s Best SF anthologies and I was the youngest writer to have an entry in the Encyclopedia of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy.
In 2009 I attended the Clarion South science fiction writing workshop in Brisbane.
I did a computer science degree at Monash University in Melbourne. After university I worked for an Australian computer games company as a programmer and designer. I’ve also worked as a software consultant and web site programmer.
I have an entry in the Internet Movie Database. (For a computer game I worked on).
Some of the interesting places I’ve visited include: North Korea, Belarus, the Galapagos and Transnistria (not officially a real country). I worked in Bolivia for a short time as a journalist for a Bolivian English-language newspaper. I lived in Osaka in for 4 years and worked as an English teacher. Now I’m working as a web site programmer.
I’ve had articles and stories translated into Finnish, Mandarin, Romanian and Polish.
Counting Ninjas: In Conversation with Aidan Doyle: Cosmos interviewed me about Reading By Numbers, writing and my travel experiences.
Goldfish Grimm’s Spicy Fiction Sushi: The Executioner’s Hat Interview
Lightspeed Author Spotlight : Ghost River Red Interview
Children Sometimes Notice Things Adults Don’t: Fantasy Magazine interviewed me about my Japanese gods story.
Writing By Numbers: Fantasy Magazine interviewed me about my numbers story.
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