Geoffrey Maloney lives in Brisbane, Australia, with his wife and three daughters. He has had over one hundred short stories published in magazines and anthologies in the UK, USA, Australia, and Ireland. Tales from the Crypto-System, published by Prime Books in 2003, collects the best of his stories from the 1990s. His most recent stories, "Insecta in Camera," "Through a Scanner Darkly," and "Things that Dead People Do" have appeared in Aurealis, Australia’s longest running F/SF magazine. His next story, "The Dunce’s Castle," will appear in issue 40 of Albedo One.
- “The Empire of Nothingness” — Issue #88, February 9, 2012
- “Mr Morrow Becomes Acquainted with the Delicate Art of Squid Keeping” — Issue #64, March 10, 2011
"What the expedition actually finds is something quite unanticipated" —Lois Tilton, Locus online
"entertaining, but there is also a neat skiffy twist... a fun read" —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Honorable Mention, Year's Best SF 29 (ed. Gardner Dozois)
- BCS 057: Mr Morrow Becomes Acquainted with the Delicate Art of Squid Keeping — Issue #66, April 7, 2011