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View the profile of Richard Regan

Richard Regan

Richard Regan is the author of two novels set in the late 1930s, telling the story of a captain and the aging tramp steamer he commands. Richard enjoyed a 40-year career in the shipping industry, both afloat and ashore, and has amassed a wealth of experiences, characters and settings that inspire his writings. A third…

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Guy Salvidge’s intermittently award-winning fiction has squirrelled its way into such publications as The Great Unknown, Westerly: New Creative, Award Winning Australian Writing and Stories of Perth. He is a Literary Committee member of the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre and has delivered writing workshops at the Out of the Asylum Writers' Group, Fellowship of…

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Liam is a freelance editor and author based in Perth, Western Australia, with a love for all things genre fiction, specifically fantasy and science fiction with a dash of horror. He's a certified copy-editing and proofreading master, and has honed his skills in language editing and proofreading through years of experience. He's known for working…

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Laurie Steed is an author, editor, mentor, creative writing teacher, and manuscript assessor from Perth, Western Australia. He is the editor of Shibboleth and other stories, published in 2016, and his debut novel, You Belong Here, was published in 2018 and shortlisted for the 2018 Western Australian Premier's Book Awards. His second book, Greater City…

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Katie Stewart is a children's author and illustrator who lives on a farm outside Northam. She is a keen nature lover and especially loves to illustrate animals. She has a business, Magic Owl Design, where she makes covers for self-published books, both illustrated and photo-manipulated. Her first traditionally published picture book, "What Colour is the…

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View the profile of Vivien Stuart

Vivien Stuart

Vivien is a courageous writer of adult fiction, unafraid to take on some of life’s larger questions; in particular end-of-life care. Her novel is particularly suitable for book group reading because of the ethical questions it raises. All profits from sales of her debut novel, Acacia House, are being donated to the proposed LJM Memorial…

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