Book Tweep – Narrelle Harris

Narrelle Harris was born in Newcastle, Australia and proceeded to move every few years until most of her friends thought she was on a Witness Protection program. Her itinerancy included three years abroad, teaching English in Egypt and Poland. Although now settled in Melbourne with her husband and her cat, she continues to relieve itchy […]

Book Tweep – Kat Mayo

Kat Mayo runs Book Thingo, a blog focused on reading (mostly) romance books down under. Who taught you to read and how old were you? My family is big on literacy, and my mum read stories to me at every chance. You know those vignettes of childhood you remember, when you were too young to […]

Book Tweep – Charlotte Wood

Charlotte Wood is the editor of Brothers & Sisters, a collection of short stories and non-fiction about siblings by 12 of Australia’s finest writers. She is also the author of novels The Children, The Submerged Cathedral and Pieces of a Girl. Her books have been short listed for several prizes including the Australian Book Industry […]

Book Tweep – David Sornig

David Sornig is the author of Spiel (UWAP) a novel that traverses an apocalyptically charged journey through Melbourne and Berlin. He is writing a follow-up about a family at the coalface of climate change. Originally from Melbourne, where he taught creative writing and literature at Deakin and Victoria Universities, he now lectures at Flinders University […]

Book Tweeps – Dr Anita Heiss

  Photo of Dr Anita Heiss courtesy Wayne Quilliam Dr Anita Heiss is a member of the Wiradjuri nation, and is an author, poet, satirist and social commentator. Her published works include the adult novels Not Meeting Mr Right and Avoiding Mr Right, the historical novel Who Am I? The Diary of Mary Talence, Sydney […]

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