Fiction

Blue Hotel (Brio Books, 2022)

The Church of John Coltrane (Editions Christian Bourgois (France) Translation by Isabelle Chapman, 2009)

Departure Lounge (Jonathan Cape UK; Random House, UK; Editions Christian Bourgois, France as Salle D’Embarquement, [translation by Isabelle Chapman]; Europa Editions, USA; Edizione EO (IT) as Sala Partenze, [translation by Claudia Valeria Letizia], 2006)

Electric (Jonathan Cape, UK; Vintage, UK / Random House; Editions Christian Bourgois, France,[translation by Anouk Neuhoff]; Editions 10:18, France, [translation by Anouk Neuhoff]; Distributed in New Zealand & Australia by Random House, 2003)

Shirker (Canongate Books, UK; Walker and Company, USA; DTV, Germany, [translation by Chris Hirte]; Neri Pozza, Italy, [translation by Massimo Ortelio and Annamaria Raffo]; Editions Christian Bourgois, France, [translation by Anouk Neuhoff], 2000)

The Man Who Wasn’t Feeling Himself (Short stories: David Ling, 1995)

Heaven (David Ling, NZ, 1994, Miramax (feature film version)

Pack of Lies (Hazard Press, NZ; MANA Verlag (Germany) as Lügenspiele, [translation by Dietmar Hefendehl], 1993)

 

Journals

‘The Sounds’ in Landfall 227 (2014)

‘Here She Comes Now’ in Landfall 223 (2012)

‘Travelogue’ in Sunday Magazine (Jan 15, 2006)

‘DIN’ in Dimsum Vol. 10, Spring  (2005)

‘Osome’ in NZ Listener Summer reading special (January 3, 2004)

‘Close to you’ in NZ Listener (June 30, 2001)

‘Rusty Blades’ in Sport 5 (1990)

‘The Man at the Door’, ‘Two Friends’, ‘Geisha’, ‘Girl from Mars’ in Other Voices (1998)

 

Anthologies

‘Zip’ in The Flash (Ed. Peter Wild: Social Disease, 2007)

‘Unpublished Japan’ in An Affair of the Heart: A Celebration of Frank Sargeson’s Centenary (Ed. Graeme Lay, Stephen Stratford: Cape Catley Ltd, 2003)

‘Oilskin’ in Essential New Zealand Short Stories (Ed. Owen Marshall: Godwit Press, 2002)

‘Hard Bop’ in Boys’ Own Stories (Ed. Graeme Lay: Tandem Press, 2000)

‘Supercollider’ in String of Pearls (Ed. Tony Ayres: Allen & Unwin, 2001)

'...we were there as faith-based writers, as believers in the mana of Oceania...' - David Eggleton

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