A new edition of the popular visual novel A Hand in the Darkness has been released, and I was a proofreader on one of the routes. See the Video Games page for info and links!
I’m quoted in the IGN article Women in Video Game Development in 2017: A Snapshot: “Mary Borsellino, a game developer from Melbourne, tells me a story of being discouraged from game creation at age 11.”
I was a recipient of the Write-ability Fellowship from Writers Victoria for 2017. The prologue of my project, a dark fantasy YA novel, can be read through this link.
The first act of the adventure game Hiveswap is now available through Steam and HumbleBundle. Check out of the video games page for links.
Go check out the video games page for more information about this fantastic new release from MangaGamer.
Full of twin tails, sports stars, fashion plates, and all the charm that manga and anime can embody, this coloring book contains 24 stylish illustrations ready for decoration. Find out more on the Comics & Manga page.
The Short Fiction page now includes the anthology Australian Gothic, which contains ‘Williamstown Gothic’ by me and collects heaps of stellar work by lots of other local writers.
There are new charms up in the Etsy store — two sizes of delicately lovely bird skull cameos made of resin and set in antiqued brass oval pendants.
The video games page has been updated with the swashbucking romance app The Lost Prince Pirates. It’s about a gutsy heroine and a bunch of roguish pirates desperately trying to save the world from corrupting magic. Swordfights! Risky escapes! Dark secrets! Romance! It’s free to play, full-length, and has eight different endings. Eight! That’s a lot of places…
2016 was a pretty productive year for me creatively. Some of the largest projects I did are either still in-progress or forthcoming, so I can’t talk about them here yet unfortunately. On the other hand, lots of my older work was translated or anthologised this year, so in the end things just about break even.…