Flame Tip, a collection of short fictions, is due for release in March 2017 (Hybrid Publishers).

Karenlee Thompson is only a little bit scared of heights, marginally frightened of the dark, and a teensy bit claustrophobic.  She has had poems, short stories, and literary essays published and her first novel 8 States of Catastrophe was published in 2011 by Brolga Publishing (distributed by Pan Macmillan).  She was a finalist in the Tasmanian Writers’ Prize in 2015 and 2016.

CONTACT – kt at karenleethompson dot com


7 responses to “About

  1. I am very impressed with the work you done. You are amazing and I wish I know how to express my creative side like you. You are truely an inspirations to every writer.

    • karenleethompson

      Oh, thank you Kay-Hock. Some of us express ourselves with the pen, others with the brush (you know who I’m talking about). Given that I cannot find a link to your beautiful artworks, here is one to your massage clinic instead – Kahuna Massage – another beautiful form of expression.

  2. Tam

    Hello my big *** writer.
    Love your stuff, how novel xx

  3. Surfing the waves of the web I am pleasantly stranded in your interesting blog.

    I write under the pseudonym of Josè Pascal (a descendant of the great Colonel Aureliano Buendía).

    I invite you to visit my “italianglish” writing blog http://parolesemplici.wordpress.com/mytinbox/.

    I define this blog “In parole Semplici” as a “virtuacultural tin” box where they are guarded thoughts, memories, images, sounds, and simple stories”.

    I dream an intercultural blog. Already involves more than 100 authors/friends.

    If you want to participate and to have more informations send me a letter to inparolesemplici@gmail.com

    Good life and I hope to soon

  4. Hi Karenlee,
    Thank you so much for your lovely review of Prayers of a Secular World. I am so glad you loved Sea Fox. It is such a delight to hear a response like that. I think it’s an amazing volume and such a beautiful idea. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review the book.
    Daniela Giorgi

  5. Pingback: ‘The Glittering Facade’ at 2014 Stonnington Literary Festival | ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

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