Rashida Murphy is an award winning writer from Western Australia. She has published several short stories, poems, book reviews and essays and her debut novel, The Historian's Daughter, was shortlisted in the Dundee International Book Prize. The Historian's Daughter is now available from UWA Publishing. Rashida lives in Perth and is currently working on a…
Aśka is an energetic children’s illustrator, storyteller and a science communicator who is interested in the power of visual literacy. She has illustrated nine published books and is a regular contributor to The School Magazine.
A. R. Levett B.A., B.Cmm.(Hons) is an award-winning, emerging WA author. For a decade he has studied the craft of creative writing and helped budding writers hone their skills and turn their ideas into engaging stories with his Story Mentoring services. He has taught at Edith Cowan University, presented workshops for the WA writing community,…
Dianne is an award-winning author of nineteen books for children and YA. Her work has been adapted for stage, street theatre and is optioned for film. Dianne loves visiting readers in communities across Australia and beyond.
Nadia L King is an Australian author of Indian and Irish descent. She is a children's author and award-winning short story writer who believes passionately in the power of stories to make the world a better place. Nadia is is a warm and engaging presenter, and currently undertaking a PhD in English and Creative Writing.
After failing high school twice, Josh Langley went onto become an award-winning radio copywriter and award-winning children’s author. His quirky and inspirational books have inspired thousands of people around the world.
Laurie Steed is the author of You Belong Here, the editor of Shibboleth and other stories, and a short story writer, mentor, creative writing teacher, and manuscript assessor.
Dr Ken Spillman studied literature, media and history at Griffith and Murdoch universities and is now a prolific author, editor and critic. He has written around 80 books, tackling both fiction and non-fiction, and has won or been shortlisted for numerous prizes.
Melinda Tognini is the author of Many Hearts, One Voice: the story of the War Widows' Guild in Western Australia.