anthologised and short-listed poems

Firefront and Questions of Impropriety in From The Ashes: A poetry collection in support of the 2019-2020 Australian Bushfire relief effort. (ed CS Hughes, Maximum Felix Media, 2020).

dog daze in Solid Air: Australian and New Zealand Spoken Word (eds David Stavanger & Anne-Marie Te Whiu, UQP, 2019).

No Vacancy in Dark Skies Dreaming: An Inland Skywriters Anthology (ed, Merrill Findlay, IP, 2019).

Dial Tone. Third place in University of Canberra Health Poetry Prize, 2017.

sensurious. Video-poem featuring drawings by Judy Morris, short-listed for the Red Room Company New Shoots Poetry Prize, 2016.

Afterthoughts. Short-listed for Ron Pretty Poetry Prize, Five Islands Press, 2014.

Rearrangement 1. Satura Prize for Best Poem in the Friendly Street Poets Anthology 38 (2014).

Firefront in The Best Australian Science Writing 2014, ed. Ashley Hay, NewSouth (2014).

Starlight Grey. Poem of the Month, Friendly Street Poets, April 2013.

Probably A Sacrifice, With Body In Mind (After Vesalius), Heart Dissection and The Science of Shark Fishing in The Best Australian Science Writing 2013, edited by Natasha Mitchell & Jane McCredie, UniNSW Press (2013).

The Chance of Thunderstorms. Poem of the Month, Friendly Street Poets, May, 2012.

Dirt Track. Audio poem broadcast on Poetica, ABC Radio National January, 2011.

Letter to Nature, 21st January, 2010. Shortlisted for Newcastle Poetry Prize 2010.

Lullabies, Garden Roads Cemetery awarded second place and Shuffle short-listed for Page Seventeen annual poetry prize (2010).

The Science of Shark Fishing. Poem of the Month, Friendly Street Poets, March, 2009.

Rules for Interior Design. Poem of the Month, Australian Poetry Centre, May, 2009.

First Week of Winter. Highly Commended, Max Harris Poetry Competition (2009).

Amazing Grace. Short listed, Max Harris Poetry Competition (2008).

Turtledove awarded second place and Local Knowledge shortlisted for Page Seventeen annual poetry prize (2008).

Field Guide, Honourable Mention in Australian Book Review national poetry competition (2007). Selected for Best Australian Poems 2008, ed P. Rose, Black Inc Press.