My name is Ben Peek. I’m a Sydney based author.
I write mostly fiction, of which I have had two novels published. The first was an autobiography called Twenty-Six Lies/One Truth, and was published by Wheatland Press, and illustrated by Anna Brown. A lot of people seemed to like it. Rave magazine called it “Fascinatingly mundane,” and Strange Horizons said it was, “A bit too clever.” The first one was actually a positive review, the second not so much. You can read more in the reviews section of the site. My second novel was a dystopian novel called Black Sheep, of which Paul DiFillippo at Barnes and Nobles Online compared me to Margaret Atwood and Kazuo Ishiguro, which was nice.
I have also written a few short stories, some of which have appeared in collections like Polyphony, Agog!, Forever Shores, and magazines such as Aurealis, Fantasy Magazine, Phantom, and Lone Star Stories. A few of them have been reprinted in Year’s Best collections. Also, in 2007 and 2008, I ran an online comic with Anna Brown. It was an autobiographical comic, and you can read the entire thing still, if you like.
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A tale of two cities, the stories Above and Below make up two halves of another in the TPP Doubles series. Written by Stephanie Campisi and Ben Peek, designed to be self-contained and complete as individual narratives, the two parts can be read in either order, yet also form a single narrative that has been intricately woven and designed to create a single, novel length story.
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