- ‘Hermit 2.0’ Highly Commended in the Somers Paper Nautilus 2018 Short Story Competition
- Book Launch – Saturday 16th June
- Cover Reveal for ‘Curtis Creed and the Lore of the Ocean’
- StoryCraft a finalist in two categories in the 2018 Peninsula Business Awards!
- My story ‘The Pedlar’ included in CSFG’s new anthology, A Hand of Knaves
Author Archives: Rebecca Fraser
I was recently interviewed by Selene MacLeod for Horror Tree, a wonderful resource for authors that provides a wealth of writing advice and industry news. I’ve been subscribing to their weekly newsletter for years, and love getting the latest submission calls … Continue reading
When OzHorror’s Steve Dillon put the submission call out recently for a new Halloween themed magazine, ‘Trickster’s Treats,’ how could I resist? Everyone knows I love horror as much as I love the challenge of flash fiction, so with only … Continue reading
This week I was thrilled to sign a publishing contract with IFWG Publishing Australia for my middle grade/early teen novel, Curtis Creed and the Lore of the Ocean (scheduled for release in 2018). The fast-paced story combines my love of … Continue reading
Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending the book launch of It’s Your World, the debut young adult novel from Kristy-Lee Swift: fellow member of Peninsula Writers’ Club, talented writer, and all round cool chick. It’s Your World, … Continue reading
Edition 30 of respected international speculative fiction eZine SQ Mag went live today. It contains some fantastic book reviews, glorious cover artwork, and eight stories, including one of mine, ‘Casting Nets’. ‘Casting Nets’ tells a tale of forbidden love and … Continue reading
February is Women in Horror Month (WiHM), a grassroots, international initiative which encourages, supports, and showcases the underrepresented work of women in the horror industries. 2017 sees WiHM enter its eighth year, so for those wondering if such an initiative … Continue reading
Hell’s Bells, stories of festive fear penned by members of the Australian Horror Writers Association went live this week.
The Christmas-inspired ghostly anthology of flash fiction contains forty works from emerging and established Aussie authors, and includes my nasty little tale The Carol Singer at the Back. Continue reading