Aśka is creative dynamite. She’s an award-winning graphic novelist, an ex-quantum physicist, and a big fan of the little doovalacky above the ‘s’ in her name (which you pronounce ‘Ash-ka’). A hugely engaging and popular presenter, Aśka is passionate about visual literacy. She has published more than ten books and graphic novels.
As an award-winning novelist and journalist, I offer manuscript assessments and editing services. I devour all types of writing (from thrillers, literary fiction, historical fiction and women’s fiction) but my specialities are psychological thrillers and crime.
Louise is a writer and author who lives in Perth, Western Australia. She is also a writing mentor, manuscript assessor and editor, and workshop facilitator.
Jen Banyard is a writer for big and little people. She’s best known for her middle readers’ adventure stories, notably the ‘Riddle Gully’ series, but has written and reviewed for adult journals. With a PhD in creative writing, Jen has taught at university and is a ukulele-toting advocate–facilitator of writing, reading and wonder in schools…
Nicholas Bennett is passionate about physics and the natural universe. For Nick, The Dying Alchemists, is an attempt to collate some of the knowledge humans have acquired over the last several thousand years and place it alongside lines of intriguing thought.
From multi-international award winning Advertising Copywriter to Author of the much-loved word play books Has A Book Got A Spine? and Can You Crack Them? – Erica’s love of the English language is contagious. School & library workshops have both kids and teachers shouting out in uncontainable glee at the quirkiness of the English language.…
A.J. is an award-winning writer for teenagers and adults. She is best known for her recent speculative fiction duology Hive and Rogue, as well as her realistic novel Zac & Mia, which has been adapted for television in America. A.J. is an experienced speaker and teacher, and has a PhD on the topic of Wonder.
Kitty Black writes books for kids. With a background in psychology and teaching, Kitty believes stories are at the heart of who we are and every child deserves to see themselves as a hero. Kitty is the author of 'Who's Afraid of the Quite Nice Wolf' (New Frontier, 2019) and 'A Crocodile in the Family'…
Liam is a lawyer, writer and poet based in Perth and Hong Kong. His debut poetry collection A Gateway Has Opened was published in 2021 by Proverse Hong Kong with the support of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Claire Boston writes romance and romantic suspense, while her pen name Claire Leggett writes fantasy. She enjoys exploring real life issues on her way to the happily-ever-after. Her stories are about love, adventure and escape. Her series include the Blackbridge Series and The Emperor's Conspiracy.
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