Veronika Schwarz‘s first book Riemannian Modulation in Max Reger’s Lieder’ was published in October 2018.

Susan Hawthorne is an invited guest of the Hindu Lit for Life Festival to be held in Chennai in January 2019.

Susan Hawthorne’s book Bibliodiversity: A Manifesto for Independent Publishing was published in Czech in November and a second Spanish edition released in Argentina in December. That is a total of five languages and twenty territories.

Raymond W Clarke‘s article The Bushrangers Lady, the story of Captain Thunderbolt and his Aboriginal wife, was commend in the 2018 New England Thunderbolt Prize for Crime Writing

Pat Ritter‘s 23rd book The Suffragette was published via Smashwords.

Teri Galea-Thorne has had her seond full length play, In The Spirit Of Murder, produced to stage.

Alec Adsett‘s self-published debut novel Terror Australis is now available in eBook and paperback through all good online book stores.

Alec Adsett‘s play The Inquest won best unpublished script at Act-1’s 2018 Theatrefest.

 

Thea Biesheuval‘s poem Reformation was the runner up in the ProVerse Hong Kong poetry prize which will be celebrated at the April Spring Festival in HK.

Richard Yaxley‘s novel This Is My Song was announced as the winner of the Young Adult Literature prize in the 2018 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards.

Shelley Bank‘s first novel One Weekend has been self published. Shelley has also launched a blog that encourages people to read.

Darryl Dymock‘s creative non-fiction short story, Melons and mudslides: a day on the Hill at the Gabba, was published in the Within/Without These Walls anthology.

Emma Schneider has released her debut picture book, Jacob and His Out of the Ordinary Playground. 

Damen O’Brien’s poem Once Upon a Time won The New Guard Knightville Poetry Prize.

Edwina Shaw‘s novel Thrill Seekers has been released in a new imprint through Raven Books UK, and is available in bookstores in the UK and Australia.

Lisa Southgate‘s stage play Guilt was shortlisted for the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award, 2018. Guilt explores parental guilt through the eyes of the dead Irish writer James Joyce.

Ian Laver, Sunshine Coast writer, won a Commended citation for his short story Ricochet in the Fiction category of the 2018 New England Thunderbolt prize for Crime Writing.

Carleton Chinner has been invited to sit on the GeyserCon NZ panel To Boldly Go: Ships in SFF alongside Star Trek writer Alena van Arendonk, and fellow writers Kodi Washere and Dave Hadwin

 

Irene Waters’ first memior Nightmare in Paradise was released by Zeus Publishing in November.

Aiki Flinthart has just launched her 10th Novel: IRON. First in the Sci-fantasy trilogy: the Kalima Chronicles. She also shortlisted in the USA Writers of the Future competition.

Tony Pritchard has published their third book, Canoeing down the Darling, a travel memior about canoe trips down the Darling River.

Mocco Wollert‘s poem Good-bye to a father and her German translation were published in Azure.  

Mocco Wollert had her poem published in Mia Mia, the quarterly magazine of the Anglican Mothers Union.

Margie O’Hara has written and illustrated four new children books in 2018.

Mocco Wollert had a long letter published in the October issue of Your Time. 

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