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Previous Phenomenons

Although Pheno has been running since 1994, the older paper-based booklet programs have been lost to time. But a lot of the early digital work has been salvaged and stored away for posterity.

Please note that due to changes in coding over the years some of the images and styles may be a little ...challenged by modern browsers.

Triptychs

The Triptych has been running at Pheno for as long as the there has been a Pheno. Here is a list of the previous triptychs.

2020

Pheno did not run in 2020.

2019

  • Jenny Mason, David James & Cass Williams, The Curious Case of the Corpsified Contact
  • Stephen Justice, Fall of the Silver Tower
  • Random Jones with Summer Vimes, Silver on the Tree

2018

  • Samantha Blanch and Callie Doyle-Scott, The Tower, the Princess, and the Star
  • Andrew Smith, Red King, Yellow King
  • Melody Watson, On Mighty Wheels

2017

  • Barbara Kearins, What about the Children
  • Luke Jordan, As Blossoms Fall
  • Joe McNamara, SHELLSHOCK

2016

  • Xole Karman, Caryatides
  • Tina Ryan, Building Home
  • Sandra d'Argeavel, Don't you forget about me

2015

  • Michael Hitchins, Leviathan
  • Greg Tannahill, The King in Winter
  • Shane Donohoe, Year King

2014

  • Morgan Morningstar, Closing the Gate of Dawn
  • John Machin, Ever On
  • Penny Sullivan and Jason Chappel, Inner Space

2013

  • Peter Rousell, Shiprock
  • Fi McConachie, The Silent Ones
  • John and Philippa Hughes, The Gate of Heaven, Cancelled due to illness

2012

  • David James, In Sceadure—In Shadow
  • Mike Walker, Death Journey
  • Dan L'Estrange, Home

2011

  • Jacinta Thomler and Stuart Barrow, Eternal Companions
  • James Riley and Terence Janssen, Project Legacy
  • Ingrid Bean and Shane Donohoe, The Sacrifice of Immortality

2010

  • Andrew Smith, Body Corporate
  • Ryan d'Argeavel, The Cabinet of Doctor Makundi
  • Michael Hitchens, Floodland

2009

  • Mik Bonsall, Dead Man Walking
  • Fi McConachie, Silence of the Bush
  • Nick Argall, Vengeance of the Vampire Lord

2008

  • David Hollingworth, Crime and Punishment
  • Andrew Smith, The Fall of the Family
  • Mike(y) and Liz Argall, The Group

2007

  • John Hughes, Quest: Mask of Heroes
  • Jacinta Thomler, Six Soldiers
  • David James, Those Left Behind

2006

  • Liz Argall, Being There
  • Joe McNamara, Killing De Villefort
  • Ingrid Bean, Rebirthing Eden

2005

  • Stuart Barrow, The Mask and the Moonlight
  • Xole Karman, Familiar
  • Andrew Smith, Something Wonderful

2004

  • Robbie Matthews, Mayhem Over Manhattan
  • Peter Rousell, Last Night in Eden
  • Eric Henry, The Fishbowl

2003

  • David James, Can you go home again?
  • Mike Walker, Psi
  • Ingrid Bean, Silence

2002

  • Ben Hunter, Project Hydra
  • Robert Barbetti, Something Wicked
  • Mark Bruckard, This Way Comes

2001

  • Larry Larkin, Once upon a time
  • Ryan d'Argeavel, I knew she was trouble the minute she walked into my office
  • Jon Naughton, They don't advertise for killers in a newspaper

2000

  • Michael Hitchens, You are Number 4, I am Number 6
  • Caitlin May, What is Honour?
  • Tony Guyot, Citius Altius Fortiu

1999 [The year Pheno ate Cancon]

  • Richard Canning, Memory Lost
  • Jo Ellem, Signor Jacemo's Circus of Wonder
  • Morgan Morningstar, Redemption

1998

  • Liz Argall, When I Meet My Family
  • Felix White, Lost Highway
  • Scott Walton & Daniel Wilks, Spazmo

1997

  • Andrew Smith, Fatalism
  • Diana Leithead, The Charity Gig
  • Antti Roppola, Understanding Ellen West

1996

  • Richard Percy, Covenant
  • Mark Barnes, Prometheus Rising
  • Brent Steves, Graenlendinga Saga

1995

  • John Hughes, Fallen Angel
  • Madi, Freaks
  • Grant Allen & Lindsay Beaton, Portents

1994

  • Ian Wanless, The Breaking
  • Robert MacLean, Faded Giant
  • Chris Slee, Uncle Jurgen's Happy Hour

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Diptychs

The Diptych is the Tryptych's less serious little sibling and has been running at Pheno since 2008.

2019

  • Sandra d'Argeavel and Ryan d'Argeavel, Escape from the Country
  • Gavin Lucan, It's a Long Way to the Top 

2018

  • by Kane Edwards and Graham Schneider, Beatrix Potter presents: The Purrge, or, How I learned to stop worrying and eat the flesh of my Oppressors - a modern Socratic dialogue
  • Marissa Harris, Carol Boucher and Mark Bruckard, The Swynford Will

2017

  • Rodney Kearins, Monster Hunters
  • Robbie Matthews, William Shakespeare's "All Vampires Must Die Part II - The Movie"

2016

  • Barbara Kearins, Race for the Throne
  • Greg Tannahill, Let Them Eat

2015

  • Stephanie and Robbie Matthews, Supernatural Studies Club
  • David McKie, The Campfire Initiative

2014

  • Kane Edwards and Graham Schneider, Jinkies: A Space Opera
  • Stephen Justice, Vampire: The Ugoogaly

2013

  • Shannon Spencer, Immortals
  • Mike Walker, Breakfast Slayer Club

2012

  • Sandra d'Argeavel, Once were Famous
  • Adam Raymond, Priscilla, Orcs of the Wasteland

2011

  • Barbara Kearins and Stuart Barrow, Uptime Girl
  • Random, What does this button do

2010

  • Marissa Harris, The Day and Knights of Landsend
  • Fish, Team Dragon

2009

  • Barbara Kearins, Positions Vacant
  • Rodney Kearins, Victim Squad

2008

  • Stuart Barrow, Last Man Standing
  • Robbie and Steph Matthews, The Disembodied Man

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