Green is a graduate of Clarion South and currently lives in Geelong, Australia. His first story was published in 2008, entitled "Lakeside" which was published in the anthology Dreaming Again, edited by Jack Dann. "Lakeside" was a finalist at the 2008 Australian Shadow Awards. In 2009 Green had three stories on the short-list at the Aurealis Award — "Having Faith" was a finalist in the horror short story division but lost to Paul Haines' "Slice of Life", a "A Hundredth Name" was a finalist in the science fiction short story division but lost to Peter M. Ball's "Clockwork, Patchwork and Ravens", and "Father's Kill" won the fantasy short story award.
Green was also a short-listed for the 2010 Ditmar Award for new talent.