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Experienced business professional and published non-fiction author with expertise in the areas of professional writing, business analysis, digital marketing , blog writing and content creation. I am interested in working with others on non-fiction book collaborations as a mentor, co-author, ghost writer or contributor. My aim is to help others get their message and story…

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Amanda Curtin is the author of two novels (ELEMENTAL, UWA Publishing, 2013; Scribe, UK, 2016); THE SINKINGS, UWA Publishing, 2008), a collection of short stories (INHERITED, UWA Publishing, 2011), and most recently a work of creative non-fiction (KATHLEEN O’CONNOR OF PARIS, Fremantle Press, 2018). She has also worked in publishing for more than 30 years…

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Natalie D-Napoleon is a writer, singer-songwriter and educator from Fremantle, Australia who is now completing a PhD in Creative Writing. She spent the last decade in the United States where she worked as a Coordinator at a City College Writing Centre. Her poetry and creative nonfiction has appeared in Meanjin, Southerly, Griffith Review, Australian Poetry…

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Deb is the author of six novels for children, young adults and adults. Her books are taught in the school curriculum and have been optioned for film, and published internationally. She is a highly energetic, enthusiastic teacher of creative writing and loves meeting writers of all ages to motivate and inspire them. She is also…

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Jess Gately is a writer, editor and photographer specialising in science fiction and fantasy literature and author headshots. She loves storytelling in all its formats—written, verbal and visual—and loves helping others tell their stories. She is the Director of Business Development at Underground Writers, the Publishing Coordinator at Night Parrot Press, and the President of…

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Born and bred in Perth, Western Australia, one of my earliest memories was of visiting a bookshop on windy St Georges Terrace, lined with timber bookcases all the way to the ceiling and a spiral staircase leading up to a balcony spanning its circumference. Another memory is sneaking out of the kid's section in the…

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