What has Pascal written?

Pascal writes in Melbourne, Australia, on the land of the Wurundjeri people who have been custodians of this area for thousands of years. The Wurundjeri are a people of the Indigenous Australian nation of the Woiwurrung language group, in the Kulin alliance, who occupy the Birrarung Valley, its tributaries and the present location of Melbourne. Pascal acknowledges the Traditional Owners of this land and pays respect to their Elders and families.

Published Fiction

  • Digital Gods (Antipodean SF) *** Free Reading ***
  • 101 Uses for Dark Energy (Antipodean SF) *** Free Reading *** 
  • Forgotten wound (Theme of Absence) *** Free reading ***
  • Who We Are (Scarlet Leaf Review) *** Free reading ***
  • Online Man (Friday Flash Fiction) *** Free reading ***
  • New Dawn (9 Tales From Elsewhere)
  • Bad Boy (Bewildering Stories) *** Free reading ***
    Geoffrey is an interstellar explorer who discovers a planet that looks remarkably like his native Australia. Geoffrey is disconcerted to find that his long-lost mother is there, too. Has Geoffrey reformed his youthful waywardness or is he still a Bad Boy?
  • Join Wirambi, son of Witjiti and Kinawinta from Planet Alcheringa, on an interstellar Walkabout (The Colored Lens - Autumn 2016 or Free reading here)
  • Forget me Not (Dark Magic: Witches, Hackers, and Robots Anthology)
  • Beware of the Antifox (Antipodean SF) *** Free reading ***
  • 101 Uses for dark energy - Short Version (StrippedLit500) *** Free reading ***
    Harnessing dark energy to power a starship sounded like a good idea at the time...
  • The Chant of Jalimalu (The Flash Fiction Press) *** Free reading ***
    A young man meets an aboriginal shaman who initiates him to the ways of his people and teaches him to open his heart to mother Nature, safe in the knowledge she will never abandon him.
  • Mind Goat (101 Words) *** Free reading ***
    What happens when you're greedy and slurp too many minds....

Forthcoming Published Fiction


Published Non-fiction

Self-published Non-fiction

  • Dear France, sweet country of my childhood: Chere France, doux pays de mon enfance
    A tribute to France written in French and English with photos, recipes, vintage postcards and posters, anecdotes from the authors' childhood, and facts on French places and traditions.
  • A to Z Guide to Happiness: A gift from dogs to their owners (and everyone else).

Self-Published Fiction




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