I’ve Got A Cow Called Maureen by Erin Le Clerc

Erin Le Clerc grew up with seven siblings, three ghosts, two eccentric parents, and a multitude of animals in a crumbling abandoned hospital in the suburbs. This vastly informed her imagination! She’s also tremendously proud of her Australian “bush heritage,” which...

Resilience by Toni Lontis

What has your background been before you starting writing? I was a nurse for over 30 years, and in the last 6 of those years, I had my own consulting company providing consultancy services to small hospitals and day surgeries across the country. I was also a Safety...

Library for All

Imagine a world without access to books in your own language. How would you learn to read and write? Library For All is an Australian nonprofit organisation with a mission to make knowledge accessible to all via an innovative digital library solution. Literacy reduces...

Talking about Heaven with Hazel Barker

Meet Hazel Barker Hazel Barker lives in Brisbane with her husband Colin. She taught in Perth, Canberra and Brisbane for over a quarter of a century and now devotes her time to reading, writing and bushwalking. From her early years in Burma, her passion for books drew...

Beyond Words with Marg Gibbs

Meet Marg Gibbs (M.J. Gibbs) Marg grew up in Graceville, Brisbane and now resides in the picturesque town of Mapleton on the Blackall Ranges with her husband Bill, a beautiful view, birdsong and a garden to inspire her. Marg loves to write children’s stories, poetry,...

The Boy in the Big Blue Glasses by Susanne Gervay

About Susanne Gervay Susanne Gervay is an iconic Australian author. Her younger fiction in the I Am Jack series are rites-of-passage books focusing on school bullying reaching adults and children. The first instalment has been adapted into a play by the award-winning...