Helen Taylor‘s story I wish I knew was published in the 2018 Grieve Anthology.
Allison Rushby‘s novel The Turnkey won the Sisters in Crime’s Davitt Award for Best Children’s Novel.
Maureen F. Usman has had her poem Heart of Faith published in the poetry anthology Scattered Petals by Mindworks Publishing.
Lindsay Boyd‘s story Coming Home has been published in issue 32 of Anak Sastra Literary Journal.
June Perkins has been commissioned to write response pieces to art for the QAGOMA. Words and Pictures Project. She is the first children’s author to be invited to do so.
Daniel Young‘s novella Shanghai Wedding was a winner in Griffith Review’s Novella Project VI and will be published in Griffith Review 62: All Being Equal.
Mocco Wollert‘s poem Possum Watch was awarded second prize in the Worrilah Poetry competition.
DM Cameron‘s debut novel Beneath the Mother Tree, published by MidnightSun, is out now.
Dimity Powell has released her latest picture book, At The End of Holyrood Lane.
Catherine S. Shrubsole released her debut non-fiction book, Age Unlimited: Exploring Employment Barriers for Older Workers, in June 2018.
Damen O’Brien‘s poem The Darkness was shortlisted in the 45th New Millennium Poetry Awards.
Mary Atkins has released her new book, A Journey to Creative Healing.
Richard Yaxley‘s latest YA novel The Happiness Quest will be released by Scholastic Australia in August 2018.
Mocco Wollert has two of her poems, Hedges and Freedom published in Positive Words Magazine July Edition.
Kathryn Hoopmann is the featured author in Readilearn, the website for teacher resources.
Lynne Lumsden Green will have her article, Small Coins published in the Double Helix magazine’s issue 28.
Kristin Hannaford‘s story Quiquiriquí received third place in the 2018 Rachel Funari prize for fiction.
Sheryl Gwyther‘s new historical adventure Sweet Adversity will be released by HarperCollins this month.
Colin Webster has recently published their second novel, The Solitude Tree.
M.T. Ellis‘s debut crime thriller, Azrael, won Bronze in the 2018 Independent Publisher Book Awards at a ceremony in New York.
Damen O’Brien‘s poem Empty Buildings won joint second prize in the WB Yeats Society of Victoria Poetry Prize. His poem A Kristallnacht Still To Come received a Special Commendation in the same prize.
Damen O’Brien‘s poem Yucatan won first prize and his poem Post Truth received third prize in the Ethel Webb-Bundell Literary Competition.
Sally Piper‘s second novel The Geography of Friendship has been published by University of Queensland Press and has been selected as the Australian Women’s Weekly ‘Great Read’ for July.