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My wonderful writerly friend Emilie Collyer and I were given the chance to record one of our writerly conversations for The First Time Podcast.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to read the first chapter of 'The Spill' for Read Tasmania's wonderful #LockdownReadingGroup series on YouTube.
Obviously there’s a lot going on in the world right now and we have no idea what life will look like in June. At this stage, I fully intend to go ahead with the launches, albeit via Zoom or another digital platform. Watch this space!
Next month, as part of the Brimbank Writers & Readers Festival, I will be facilitating a panel discussion with Amra Pajalic, Manal Shehab and Harish Gulati.
I'm terribly excited to let you know that The Spill is now available for preorder. No, really!
My country is on fire. While the federal government fumbles and falls, communities all over Australia and the world are stepping up to help those humans and animals affected by these terrible fires.
I felt extremely honoured to launch JM Green's new book Shoot Through last month. The third of the Stella Hardy trilogy, this book is an absolute cracker.
I'm very pleased to announce that my short story about rogue librarians and black fungus won second prize in the 2019 Newcastle Short Story Award earlier this month.
Tonight, at a small event at the Leading Edge Books Conference in Adelaide, I was awarded the 2019 Penguin Literary Prize for my third manuscript The Spill.