Writing

Stories:

Saturday Morning – Meanjin,  2017

Solitary – 2nd prize, Write around the Murray 2013, Commended for Best Australian Short Stories, 2011

Fowler’s Bay – Winner of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP), 2018,  and the Australasian Short Story Festival Prize, 2018

The Renovation – Longlisted for the Woolongong Writers Prize, 2019

Binky – second place in the Grace Marion Emerging Writers prize and Winner of the Regional Writers Prize, Victorian Writers, 2018

The End of the 80s– The Big Issue Summer Edition, 2018

The Romantics, Third Prize in the Newcastle Short Story Award & selected to be published in the associated anthology, 2020.
Click play below to listen to Marg read a short extract of her story for the Newcastle Short Story Award…

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Plays:

Bloke, Playlab,  Find Out More
Bloke is a shining example of why theatre goers should sometimes head out of town.’ ~ The Guardian, Arts and Culture review

If the Truth be Told, Australian Plays, Find Out More
Margaret Hickey is a very talented writer with a knack of bringing to life her characters by a combination of astute observation of human truths and foibles and a wonderful ear for the idiosyncrasies of the Australian language.’ ~ David Williamson

Us, La Mama, Find Out More

I Woz Ere, Australian plays, Find Out More

What We Said,  Find Out More
What We Said is a delicious rumination on contemporary relationships. It is funny and true and heartbreaking. In this play, Hickey bursts through clichés and delivers modern Australia.’ ~ Hannie Rayson

Trailers:

What We Said: Watch Now

Us: Watch Now

Novels:

Rural Dreams, MidnightSun Publishing, 2020 ~ Due for release this year!
‘Rural Australia is a dangerously neglected part of our national consciousness – Margaret Hickey populates it with stories that are lively, entertaining and authentic’ ~ Martin Flanagan

Hitchhike, a new work coming soon: Read an Extract

 

Novels:

Rural Dreams, MidnightSun Publishing, 2020 ~ Due for release this year!
Rural Australia is a dangerously neglected part of our national consciousness – Margaret Hickey populates it with stories that are lively, entertaining and authentic‘ ~ Martin Flanagan

Hitchhike, a new work coming soon: Read an Extract