Colin W. Campbell
Poem, accepted for publication, The Randomly
Accessed Poetics, Issue 2: Paint Darkness into Day,
Flash Fiction accepted for publication in Fantastic
Frontiers Magazine, Sept 2012.
Out of Touch
Short story accepted for publication in Separate Worlds,
June 2012. Runner up, Adult Creative Writing Club
Competition No. 106, June 2010.
spark of creation
Haiku, accepted for publication in Issue 17 of Three
Line Poetry, 2012:
Accepted for publication in Issue 16 of Three Line
Poetry, 2012 and comprising:
though now long withered
tablets of stone lie
remember with thanks
Flash fiction accepted for publication as the featured
story for 19 June 2012 on Fiction 365.
new leaves crowd old trees
Haiku accepted for publication online and in print,
Haiku Journal, Issue 9, May 2012.
ISBN/EAN13:1477681809 / 9781477681800
Pantoums From Borneo
Accepted for publication in a mini-collection of four
pantoums in Bewildering Stories, Issue 478, May 2012:
In the Shadow of Mount Santubong
(In the Shadow of Mount Santubong was first published
within an article of the same name in the Sarawak
Tribune, 07 Dec 2011)
A New Beginning
Micro fiction accepted for E-book publication, Stories
in the Ether, Issue Four, May 2012, having first
appeared in the online version, Nevermet Press, 23 Dec
Micro fiction accepted for publication online in Dark
Fire Fiction, Issue 57, May 2012.
The Ministry of Dirty Tricks
Flash fiction accepted for publication online in 365
tomorrows, 30 April 2012.
The Wild Side
Flash fiction accepted for publication online in Golden
Visions Magazine Spring 2012 Issue. ISSN No. 1942-
4450. First appeared as winning entry, Adult Creative
Writing Club Competition No. 114, Feb 2011.
Micro fiction accepted for publication online in
Bewildering Stories, Issue 470, March 2012.
Pantoum inspired down at Santubong, accepted for
publication in print and PDF versions of The Blinking
Nine Little Poems
A mini-collection of nine haiku accepted for publication
online, Mouse Tales Press, Feb 2012 and comprising:
another tree falls
drops of acid rain
storms getting stronger
seashell on the shore
rain on lotus pool
rain falls on fishpond
snow on distant hills
mayfly must hurry
like the mist at dawn
(storms getting stronger was first published online as
winner of a Writers Network haiku contest, 2006)
(rain on lotus pool was first appeared online on being
cherry-picked by the editors at ABCtales, 2004)
(rain falls on fishpond was first appeared online as a
Poem of the Week' on ABCtales, 2005 and cherry-
Copyright Colin W Campbell
A Sarawak based writer.
from a sarawak based writer