Kathryn Gossow has been writing and publishing short and flash fiction in a variety of genres since 2006. Her debut novel Cassandra was published by Odyssey Books in 2017. She won an ASA Mentorship, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and won a commendation for Flash Fiction from Australia Horror Writers’ Association.
Kathryn is a regular blogger and sometimes gardener of her two-acre garden in a pocket of the Brisbane River. When she is writing, her garden is a mess. When she is gardening, she forgets to write. It seems she cannot have both. She writes for that elusive feeling when she gets into the zone and there is nothing else in the world but her and the words that tumble onto the page. She gardens for the tomatoes. Her short fiction has appeared in the Gingerbread House, Black Magazine, AntipodeanSF, Diddle Dog, elimae, Salome Magazine, among other publications.
- Manuscript “Cassandra” awarded a mentorship in the Australian Society of Authors Mentorship Program for 2014.
- Nominated for Pushcart Prize, “Dance Home”, Cezanne’s Carrot, 2007
- Commendation in Australian Horror Writers’ Association Flash Fiction Competition for “Stalker” in 2006
- “Turning the Corner,” Unsettling Wonder, December 2017
- “Grandma’s House,” Gingerbread House, February 2017
- “Turning the Corner,” Brown God, August 2012
- “Devotees,” Crash Issue I, January 2010
- “Soulmates,” Black: Australian Dark Culture, Issue 3, November 2008
- “Cold Kiss,” Black Box Anthology, Brimstone Press, 2008
- “Dance Home,” Cezanne’s Carrot, Summer Solstice, 2007
- “Stalker,” Moonlit Path, October 2007
- “Boys and Cars,” elimae, February 2008
- “Women who do Lunch,” Salome Magazine, January 2008
- “Reflections on a Town Bike,” Diddle Dog, Spring 2007
- “The Applicant,” Antipodean SF, 2006
- “Worm,'” Cezanne’s Carrot, Autumn Equinox 2006
For fun she jumped out of plane (only once)…