REFLECTIONS (Wild Wood Books, December 2022)
“The Bobbin Man” in Campfire Tales (June 2022)
“Bloom” (reprint) in Botanicals Worth Writing About charity magazine (February 2022)
“The Devil’s Footprints” in MONSTRODDITIES (Sliced Up Press, February 2022)
“Where You Go” in Sleep Worth Writing About charity magazine (December 2021)
“Bird Brother” in BLACKBERRY BLOOD (Snowcapped Press, November 2021)
SEEDS (Wild Wood Books, October 2021)
- Shortlisted for the Australian Shadows Awards 2021–Best Collected Work
- Shortlisted for the Sir Julius Vogel Awards 2021–Best Collected Work
- Shortlisted for Ladies of Horror Fiction Awards 2021—Best Collected Work
“Little Teeth” (audio) read and recorded for Sci-Fi & Scary for TWISTED ANATOMY: A BODY HORROR ANTHOLOGY (February 2021)
“Little Teeth” in TWISTED ANATOMY: A BODY HORROR ANTHOLOGY (Sci-Fi & Scary, February 2021)
“Long Drop” in OUTBACK HORRORS DOWN UNDER: AN ANTHOLOGY OF ANTIPODEAN TERROR (Things in the Well Press, September 2020)
ALL THE LAIRD’S MEN (Wild Wood Books, August 2020)
Holy Trinity original short fiction “Earworm” (three drabbles) at the Horror Tree (July 2020)
“An Ocean of Stars” (audio) read and recorded for HuttZone Wellington Access radio. (June 2020)
BLACK DOGS, BLACK TALES–WHERE THE DOGS DON’T DIE: A CHARITY ANTHOLOGY FOR THE MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION OF NEW ZEALAND ed. with Cassie Hart (Things in the Well Press, May 2020) includes “Night Wolves.”
- Shortlisted for the Australian Shadows Awards 2020–Best Edited Collection
“Red Eye” in MIDNIGHT ECHO #14 (December 2019)
“Butterfly” in BREACH #12 (October 2019)
- Shortlisted for the Sir Julius Vogel Award 2019–Best Collected Work
No Horror Without the Body: How Body Horror Helped me Embrace Being Nonbinary (self-published, June, 2022)
The Books Of Blood Advent Calendar: Sex, Death And Starshine at Kendall Reviews (December 2021)
“Alone in the Dark: Isolation Horror” in MIDNIGHT ECHO (November 2021)
“What You Need Right Now is a Nice Soothing Horror Story” at THE SPINOFF (August 2021)
- WINNER, Sir Julius Vogel Award 2021– Best Production / Publication
This Book’s About What?! Content Warnings and writing horror responsibly at Divination Hollow Reviews. (June 2021)
- Shortlisted for the Sir Julius Vogel Award 2021–Best Fan Writing
ALIENS V ROBOCOP: The Battle for the Best Movie Ever Made – a four-part essay/argument with Kit Power. (January 2021)
Essay one – The Opening Statement – at Ginger Nuts of Horror
“Despite all the guns, gore and military ‘grunts’, ALIENS is really about a mother who has lost her child and a child who is in dire need of one. It shows just how far a woman will go to protect her ward. And if you go ahead and flip that on its head, you realise that the Alien Queen has exactly the same prerogative. It’s an epic showdown between two formidable matriarchs. Survival of the fittest.”
Essay two – The Case Against – at Ink Heist
“Satire uses humour, irony and exaggeration to ridicule and expose with the intent to shame individuals or corporations into bettering themselves. This is exactly where ROBOCOP fails. By melding man with machine in an attempt to create a more efficient method of law enforcement, it suggests that this is the very solution that these aforementioned companies need.“
“You state that my use of the name of “ED-209” is in flagrant violation of OCP patents and copyright. I ask that you prove to me exactly where I have used this name inappropriately or incorrectly. Need I remind you that OCP created a giant, artificially-(semi)intelligent robotic machine-gun which malfunctioned in a crowded boardroom and gunned down one of their employees, and they called it a “peacekeeping machine”. A little naïve, I feel.“
Essay four – The Final Battle – at Sci-fi & Scary (website is now deleted)
“It mirrors the time-honoured human tradition of knowingly sacrificing a group of people if it appears to serve the greater good. ALIENS shows us that while war might seem unavoidable, it comes with an incalculable price. The number of weapons you have and troops you command mean nothing; the real tally of conflict is human lives.”
Laugh Yourself to Death – 31 Horror Comedies for Halloween at Dead Head Reviews (October 2020)
5 Halloween Watchlist Recommendations at Dead Head Reviews. (October 2020)
Great Graphic Novels to get you Back Into Reading at Sci-fi & Scary. (September 2020)
Get Your Teeth into This! Best Werewolf Movies from the Past 40 Years (and some books) at Dead Head Reviews. (August 2020)
Queer Vampires in Modern Cinema for Dead Head Reviews Pride in Horror Month. (June 2020)
- Shortlisted for Australian Shadows Award 2020–Best Nonfiction
An Exploration of Menstruation in Horror and Dark Fiction at The Horror Tree for Women in Horror Month (February 2020)
- WINNER Australian Shadows Award 2020–Best Nonfiction.
- Shortlisted for the Sir Julius Vogel Award 2020–Best Fan Writing.
The Horror of Humanity: The Tao of the Black Dog at Ginger Nuts of Horror. (January 2020)
“Her” in UNDER HER SKIN (Black Spot Books, April 2022)
“Still Standing, Not Standing Still” in QUICK BROWN DOG: JOURNAL OF THE HADLEY WRITER’S INSTITUTE (Quick Brown Dog Press, TBA 2021)
“Aftershock” & “Revive” in BLACKBERRY BLOOD (Snowcapped Press, TBA 2021)
“Of Time and Tide” in INFECTIOUS HOPE: POEMS OF HOPE & RESILIENCE FROM THE PANDEMIC (IFWG Publishing International, November 2021)
“The Forgotten Ones” in WERE TALES: A SHAPESHIFTER ANTHOLOGY (Brigids Gate Press, September 2021)
Beach Glass & Old Bones – poetry chapbook (Wild Wood Books, 2020)
RISE: A Collection of Poems (Wild Wood Books, 2019)
Interview with Cameron Trost, author, at his blog.
Author interview at My New Zealand Dream.
Interview with Penny Jones at Ginger Nuts of Horror discussing BLACK DOGS, BLACK TALES.
Inspiration for Midnight Echo #14 story “Red Eye” at Sinister Reads.
Five Minutes With Tabatha Wood at Ginger Nuts of Horror.
Women in Horror: Beating the Black Dog with Black Tales at The Horror Tree.
Women In Horror: Witches Brew – A Recipe For Writing Horror at Colleen Anderson’s Horror Blog.
New Zealand Writer Spotlight – interview with Kim at The Writer Side of Life.