Fiona Robertson writes short fiction and works as a doctor. She lives in Brisbane.
She is a Katharine Susannah Prichard Fellowship recipient for 2017.
Her story ‘Tender-Hearted’ was shortlisted for the international Fish Short Story Contest in 2017.
Her fiction piece ‘Christmas Party’ was published in Kill Your Darlings in February 2017.
Her short story ‘The Ground Beneath’ was published in Gargouille, Issue 3 (2015), and was also highly commended in the 2015 Boroondara Literary Awards, Open Short Story. The story was published again in the 2015 Boroondara Literary Awards anthology.
Her story ‘The Drive-In’ was published in The Suburban Review in December 2014.
Her story ‘To See the Sun’ won second prize in the Launceston, Tasmania Literary award in October 2015.
Her short story ‘Sea Change’ won first place in the Eaglehawk Dahlia and Arts 2014 Literary short story competition.
Her creative non-fiction piece, ‘First to Last’ was longlisted for the Best Australian Love Stories anthology, published in October 2014 by Inkerman and Blunt.