SepCharlie’s Fireworks365tomorrowsOnline 
 AugEtaerioFission #1, British Science Fiction AssociationN/A 
 JulyRings Around SaturnBest of British Science Fiction 2020, Newcon PressUK AmazonReprint
MayBat CrazyKraxon MagazineOnline
2020DecIllusionKraxon MagazineOnline
MaySlivers of HopeSpace Force: Building the Legacy anthologyUK Amazon
FebThe Martian WindSelf-PublishedUK Amazon
JanRings Around SaturnKzine Issue 26UK Amazon
2019SeptDecision RequiredKraxon MagazineOnline
AugThe Ice ManDistaff anthologyUK Amazon
2018AprilIceborne, Earth-bornKraxon MagazineOnline
FebThe Colditz RunThe Last City anthologyN/A
2017OctCyber Control (vers. 2)Sferics 2017 anthologyUK Amazon
JuneThe Courage of CareKraxon MagazineOnline
2016AugAI DeniersExploration Through the Wormhole anthologyUK Amazon
JuneCyber Control (vers. 1)Kraxon MagazineOnline
JanSwept AwayKraxon MagazineOnline
2015DecFlex and FluxAphrodite Terra anthologyUK Amazon
AugFlame of DesireKraxon MagazineOnline
AprilA Void Dance Chap. 1Far Horizon, Issue 13Online
Win.Air of FreedomJupiter Issue 47, EukeladeUK Amazon
2014DecTyrell’s FlightKraxon MagazineOnline
MarUnder the Red Moon Nebula Rift. Vol. 2, No. 2N/A
Feb Getting ThereKraxon MagazineOnline
2013OctReturnThe Kraken Rises anthologyN/A
OctGuard CatTWB PressUK Amazon
2012OctA Fate of DustFull frontal Lobe e-zineN/A
AugRipple EffectJupiter, Issue 38, PasitheeUK Amazon
MayNeptune’s AngelTWB PressUK Amazon
2011MayThank You for All the MusicEscape Velocity anthologyUK Amazon
MarC.A.T.TWB PressUK Amazon
WinCold Pressurethe new writer, Volume 105N/AReprint
2010JulyAgents of RepairJupiter, Issue 29, ThyoneN/A
2009OctCold PressureJupiter, Issue 26, IsonoeN/A
2005SprLife SentenceJupiter, Issue 8, PhasiphaeN/A
2004MayDisplacedthe new writer, Volume 66N/A


  • The Ice Man was long listed for the BSFA shorter fiction award in 2019.
  • Cyber Control (vers. 1) was voted the most popular story in Kraxon in 2016.
  • Review by Paul Weimer at SFSignal: “Flex and Flux” by Rosie Oliver, the anchor and perhaps my favorite story, is a wondrous hard science fiction story of solar sailing and desperate measures to try and make the trip from Venus back to Earth.
  • Review by Rich Horton on SF Site of Agents of Repair  … The story is told from the point of view of a repair AI, who comes to realize that another AI on the moon has gone rogue, and is attempting to kill the human colony. The “good” AI tries desperately to counter the rogue, and to attract the attention of some humans to help. Decent adventure, and a nice dark conclusion. 


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