"Only an animal or a child will run after something that has just mown it down." — from Things with faces.
Zoë Meager lives in her hometown of Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Her short stories and flash fiction have been commended at home and abroad, including winning the Commonwealth Writers Short Story Prize, Pacific Region, 2013.
Her work has appeared in Blue Fifth Review, Flash Frontier, Headland, Hue and Cry, Landfall, North & South, Overland, Word-o-Mat, and in two Bath Flash Fiction anthologies, among others.
She is working on a novel set in WWII Crete.
Plaster cast is published in Landfall 235.
The lunchbox is runner-up in the North & South Short, Short Story Competition.
How to see a taniwha appears in the Paper Swans Press anthology, Flash, I love you!
Lipstick on rye is published in The Lobsters Run Free: Bath Flash Fiction Volume Two.
Starting again is published in Litro.
Heartworm appears in He Whakaritenga Hou – A New Setting exhibition at MOTAT in a letterpress print by Makyla Curtis.
A mother's touch – North & South
Engulfment – National Flash Fiction Day NZ
First fish – Overland
Four stubbies – Penduline Press
Heartworm – Penduline Press
How it ends – Headland
How to see a taniwha – Flash, I love you!
How to select for animal testing – The New Guard Volume IV
Let us choose to adventure (part 5.1) – Lockjaw Magazine
Lipstick on rye – The Lobsters Run Free: Bath Flash Fiction Volume 2
My, she was yar – Ellipsis Zine: One
No one looks sideways at a servant – HISSAC
Permafrost – Numéro Cinq
Plaster cast – Landfall
Rewilding – Flash Frontier
Say ahhh – The First Line
Sharp stars – To Carry Her Home: Bath Flash Fiction Volume One
Starting again – Litro
The find – Word-o-Mat Edition 2
The lunchbox – North & South
The replacement – The Casket of Fictional Delights
The scar – Headland
The tether – The Island Review
Things with faces – Granta
This is how it works – Flash Frontier
Treaty 1941 – Blue Fifth Review
Your problem – Hue and Cry, Issue 7, ‘Deep’
FLASHPOINT – Flash Frontier
Heartworm (letterpress print by Makyla Curtis), in He Whakaritenga Hou – A New Setting exhibition at MOTAT.
How to build everything you hoped for, in Impossible Instructions: a collaboration between writers & artists (chapbook), Gigantic Sequins