Belinda Raposo has been accepted into the HARDCOPY 2017 professional development program to develop her nonfiction manuscript The House with the Columns. HARDCOPY is a special initiative of the ACT Writers Centre and funded by the Australia Council for the Arts.

Jacki Ferro co-authored Rhonda Collard-Spratt’s memoir Alice’s Daughter: Lost Mission Child, which was published by Aboriginal Studies Press in April 2017. This book will be launched at Avid Reader on National Sorry Day, Friday 26 May 2017.

Chris Pearce‘s The Great Daylight Saving Time Controversy has been published by Australian eBook Publisher and is available at Amazon, Kobo, Apple and Google. This non-fiction eBook covers the origins of daylight savings time and the history of the scheme in each country that has used it.

Maggie Christensen has published her sixth novel, Champagne for Breakfast, a heart-warming story of second chances set in Noosa on the Sunshine Coast.

Michael Barry Henderson has completed a Masters in Communication (Creative Writing) at the University of the Sunshine Coast with a global warming catastrophe story titled Oceania 2084.

Mocco Wollert‘s poem Heather, The Australian Pony was  published in the April issue of Positive Words.

The Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) will partner with The Party People, the market leader for party supplies online in Australia, to celebrate CBCA Children’s Book Week 2017. CBCA Children’s Book Week is an iconic event in Australian children’s literature and begins immediately after the announcement of the CBCA Book of the Year Awards in…

Emma Mactaggart‘s fourth children’s book Lily Fabourama Glamourama has won a Silver IPPY Award in the Best Children’s Illustrated E-Book category, and was translated into Indonesian to be launched in June. Her fifth book Where is the True Ewe will be launched on Sunday 22 April, with an exhibition of its illustrations at the Toowoomba…

Lindsay Boyd‘s short story Walls has been published in the Lower View online journal at https://lowerview.com .

Betsy Roberts‘ first novel Summer Feet was published by Malua Publishing in December 2016 and is available in both print and eBook formats.

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