Austin P. Sheehan is a writer of speculative fiction, a lover of language, literature and ’90s TV.
Armed with a psychology degree, he went out into the world to further study humanity, and now prefers the company of his wife and their greyhounds.
He grew up in the valleys of Victoria’s high country, and despite living in Melbourne for the past decade, he always feels at home amongst the mountains. In fact you’ll often find mountains in his stories, whether they’re sci-fi, fantasy or alternative history.
Austin has also been getting coffees and doing photocopying as the work experience kid at the Aussie Speculative Fiction group.
Austin’s short story, ‘The Teacup‘ was published in Aussie Speculative Fiction’s anthology, ‘Beginnings.’ In 2019 ASF have published Austin’s stories ‘A Violent Shade of Green‘ in January, ‘Burn Your Bridges‘ in April, and ‘Coming Home‘ in May.
His story ‘Harold’s Last Day’ appears in ‘Flash Fiction Addiction‘ by Zombie Pirate Publishing, released April 2019.