Books

Tarcutta Wake

A new collection of 25 short stories and vignettes published by UQP in 2012. The first story, Brisbane, can be listened to here, and the title story can be read here.

Kind Words From Others

It’s not only clever, it’s profound, it’s beautiful.

David Sornig, for The Melbourne Review

Rowe writes very short stories better than anyone I know.

Amanda Curtin, for The Weekend West

They are portraits filling every corner of the frame with as few words as necessary.

Tony Birch, for Overland


How a Moth Becomes a Boat

A collection of very short stories, published in 2010 by Hunter Publishers. Read the first story here or buy it here.



Other books

Some years ago I self-published two very small print runs of two very small collections of fiction and poetry; East of Here, Close to Water (short fiction) and Asynchrony (poetry). I don’t plan to re-publish either of these, but give me a little while and I’ll write something else. In the meantime, here are a few bits and pieces from those two collections.

Asynchrony

East of Here, Close to Water