Helen Stubbs‘s short story ‘Uncontainable’, published in Apex Magazine, has received an honourable mention in the Australian Shadows Awards, 2016.
Andrea Baldwin‘s short memoir Occasionally, A Stranger to Watch the Stars With has been published in the Autumn edition of Meanjin.
Fiona Robertson‘s short story ‘Christmas Party’ was published on Kill Your Darlings in February, 2017. Her short story ‘Tender-Hearted’ was shortlisted for the Fish Short Story Contest.
Lynne Lumsden Green will be a presenting on the topic of Australian Steampunk Authors at CapriCon: Steampunk and Pop Culture Convention in Rockhampton this April.
Roz Glazebrook has had eighteen articles published in Weekend Notes online since December, 2016.
Why do you write? It’s an addiction. I think we are all hardwired to tell stories and it’s a pure mental challenge to discover what exactly this story is, that is knocking at the inside of your head. How did you come to writing? I’ve always been a big reader, but I only started writing…
When I tell people that I’m a children’s author, they usually smile, which I interpret as – well, that explains the terrible haircut, at least. When they ask what kind of books I write, I say ‘Early Middle Grade Fiction’, and then they smile again, which I interpret as – I have no idea what…
Frances Isaac‘s latest novel Isabel was published in England and released in January, 2017.
Ben Hobson‘s novel To Become a Whale will be published by Allen & Unwin, to be released in June 2017.
MJT Meijer‘s book Disregard will be published in eBook and paperback by Crimson Cloak Publishing for world-wide release.