Marianne Musgrove is delighted to announce the release of her new book, Forget-me-not Fairies (Hinkler Books), illustrated by Patricia McCarthy. The Portuguese translation rights have also been sold. Marianne’s fifth novel, The Beginner’s Guide to Revenge, has been short listed … Continue reading
Mandy Foot‘s Captain Kangaroo adventure Captain Kangaroo and the Big Bush Bash is now available in bookstores and online. Captain Kangaroo has assembled his Aussie animal friends for another great adventure, the annual Vintage Outback Race, also known as the Big … Continue reading
Dan McGuiness, Kristin Weidenbach, Ben Chandler, Vikki Wakefield, Katrina Germein, Elizabeth Hutchins and Allayne Webster appear in the September/October edition of SA Kids’ Magazine, a free Parenting magazine published by Free Run Press. You can read the article here: SAkidsMagSeptOctissue. Rosanne … Continue reading
Sally Heinrich has taken part in the Melbourne Zoo’s 150th Anniversary celebration. Fifty fibreglass models of the famous elephant calf, Mali, were painted by a variety of artists and exhibited on the city streets. One of Sally’s proposed concepts was … Continue reading
Chris Tugwell‘s puppet play ‘Finding Home’, as part of the Together4Kids child-focused homelessness program, was a finalist in the Federal Government’s 2012 Homelessness Services Achievement Awards. Rosanne Hawke’s new novels The Messenger Bird and Mountain Wolf will be celebrated in … Continue reading
Adelaide Writers’ Week is over already but the Adelaide Festival continues. Congratulations to everyone involved with Writers’ Week – Laura Kroetsch, our own Sean Williams, all the local, interstate and overseas writers who took part in the program. Well done … Continue reading
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