My view of the world when I was young was that it was a place of adventure. This remains true. I write because I imagine, hear or see things that I feel someone could benefit from me writing about them. Egotistical and irrational, of course, but that’s the fiction writer’s curse.
Working out ways to share resources and acknowledge the contributions of peers and competitors are all important strategies for the future success of publishing in its myriad formats.
I want to create resources that encourage young Aboriginal people to read. I think it’s important Aboriginal people today can see themselves in the Australian literary landscape.
Photo by Helen Kassila
I keep creating because I have this passion to reveal the power and beauty of nature.
Photo by Bryan Sun
04 Feb, 2022 to 04 Feb, 2022
Book Distribution: How to get your book in bookshops using John Reed Books (webinar)
09 Feb, 2022 to 09 Feb, 2022
What to do after typing THE END (webinar)
11 Feb, 2022 to 11 Feb, 2022
Editing Insights: What an author needs to know about the editorial process (webinar)
26 Feb, 2022 to 27 Feb, 2022
Perth Festival’s Writers’ Weekend