in 2002 i appeared in two anthologies, the first being Passing Strange edited by bill congreve (the story was called 'Cigarettes and Roses') and the second in Agog! Fantastic Fiction edited by cat sparks (the story was called 'Scratches in the Sky'.)
MirrorDanse published the first, and their link is http://www.tabula-rasa.info/MirrorDanse/
Agog! published the second, and the link is http://www.catsparks.net/agog press/
follow the rockets, as they say in countries being bombed.
a small story titled 'Antique Spaceman' appeared on the webzine Antipodean SF which can be found at http://antipodean-sf.com
and an even smaller story (fifty words) appeared in AureliasXpress. it was called 'Camel'. i was told it was published in December, but i never actually saw the thing, so i'll just go on faith.
i had a bi-monthly column called 'Sydney Before 2am' at the website http://www.popmatters.com (Popmatters being its name), and even though the column has ended, they're still archived.
i also wrote an essay at http://www.theprogram.net.au entitled 'Fame, Fortune, and a Fatwa'. check the archive again. it was fun to write.
and, to wrap the recount of 2002 up:
'Cigarettes and Roses' from Passing Strange is getting an honourable mention in ellen datlow and terri windling's Years Best Fantasy and Horror 2002 which is a nice thing to happen.
anyhow, i'm sure the suspicious and cynical of you will note how i put this after the ditmar nomination form. good. i seem to have misplaced my 1st graders, you see.
even if decide not to vote for my work (which is reasonable, in its own way) you can still vote for Chris Mowbray as Best New Talent.