Hi! My name is David Grigg. I’m a retired software developer who lives in Melbourne, Australia. I worked in the field of interactive multimedia for over two decades, and have also worked in public relations and as a journalist and sub-editor.

I was active in writing during the 1970s and 1980s and had several short stories published in professional magazines and anthologies. In 1976 I also had two short fantasy novels for pre-teens published by Cassell Australia. These were Halfway House, and a sequel, Shadows. During this period, I was deeply involved in the science fiction fan community, publishing fanzines and helping organize SF conventions, eventually becoming Chairman of the 43rd World SF Convention held in Melbourne in 1985.

Since retiring, I’ve returned to my old love of writing fiction, and have had a number of stories accepted for publication in online magazines and ebook anthologies.

My SF novel The Fallen Sun will be released later this year. I’m planning to write two sequels to this YA novel, described by Bruce Gillespie, editor of the award-winning magazine SF Commentary as: A winner… Unputdownable!