Caroline Flood

Caroline Flood
Caroline Flood

Caroline Flood lives and writes in Hobart. She has had her short stories published in literary journals throughout Australia, Canada and the United States of America. Caroline has been awarded two Arts Tasmania literary grants and has won several short story awards. She is currently working on her first novella.

Caroline has a collection of short stories titled ‘With These We Will Never Go Hungry’ which will be published in early 2022 by Ginninderra Press.

Publications include:

  • Follow the Shadows, 2015 short story, Antipodes USA, Summer 2016
  • Test Pattern, 2006 short story Island, Spring no. 106, 2006;
  • Spirited, 2006 short story Famous Reporter, March no. 32, 2006
  • Sepia, 2003 short story Island, Winter-Spring no. 93-94, 2003
  • The Surfer, 2001 poem Coppertales: A Journal of Rural Arts, 2001
  • Dark Night, 2000 short story Famous Reporter, December no. 2000
  • A Man’s Room, 2000 poem Four W, no. 11, 2000
  • The Name of a Boy, 2000 poem Four W no. 11, 2000
  • Wiradjuri (as Caroline Kirk), 2000 short story New England Review, Summer 1999-2000
  • The Face (as Caroline Kirk), 1999 short story Famous Reporter, June no. 1999
  • Home, 1999 short story Island, Summer no. 80/81 1999
  • Old Skin, 1999 short story Island, Spring/Summer no. 80/2000
  • Peppermint (as Caroline Kirk), 1998 short story Island, Winter no. 75, 1998
  • The Emancipation of Rene (as Caroline Kirk), 1996 short story Island, Winter no. 67, 1996
  • Fishbone, 2002 short story – Querty, Canada
  • The Surfer, 2004 poem River of Verse Anthology
  • Review of Too Much, Too Soon by Stephanie Green, 2006 review Island, Summer no. 107, 2006