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Adam Browne has studied physiology, filmmaking and short story writing. He has had numerous stories published in Australia and the US. Among the journals to accept his stories have been HQ Magazine, Orb Magazine and NFG Magazine (Canada). Browne's stories have also been translated into Polish for publication in Nowa Fantastyka and been included on the website. Others have appear in various anthologies.

In 2001-2002 Browne was awarded three grants by Film Victoria for feature script development. He has twice won Emerging Writers grants from the Australia Council Literature Board. Browne's short story 'Heart of Saturday Night', published online in Lenox Avenue Ezine, was a finalist in the Fantasy Short Story section of the 2005 Aurealis Awards. He has also been shortlisted a number of times for the Aurealis Award for best short story, winning it in 2005 for 'The Weatherboard Spaceship.'

Browne has also written film scripts, including Virus (2005) directed by Stephen Amis and starring Kerry Armstrong.

He lives in Melbourne with his wife Julie Turner, also a writer.

Awards for Works

The D____d Light Touch Paper - Stand Clear , 2012 single work short story horror

Tells the tale of Victorian colonialists attempting to terraform hell.

2013 shortlisted Chronos Awards Best Short Fiction
Neverland Blues Dreaming Again , 2008 single work short story science fiction
2009 joint winner Chronos Awards Best Short Fiction
Honeymoon Cock : Adventures in Masculinity , 2006 single work short story science fiction
2007 shortlisted Ditmar Awards Best Short Story
Last amended 15 Feb 2013
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