Alan Carter

Alan Carter is an award-winning author of crime fiction and sometime television documentary director, who divides his time between Fremantle and Tasmania.  Read more ...

Amanda Curtin

Amanda Curtin is the author of three books. Her award-winning short fiction has been widely published in literary journals and anthologies.  She lives in an old house in an old suburb of Perth, Western Australia, with her husband and an extremely opinionated Siamese cat. Read more ...

AB Facey

AB (Bert) Facey (1894-1982) began writing his memoirs in later life at  the urging of his wife and children.  They were published as A Fortunate Life in 1981, by Fremantle Arts Centre Press, just nine months before his death, and became an instant best-seller.  Read more ...

Deb Fitzpatrick

Deb Fitzpatrick lives and works in Fremantle, Western Australia.  Her novels for young adults – 90 Packets of Instant Noodles and Have You Seen Ally Queen were both named Notable Books by the Children’s Book Council of Australia. Read more ...

 

John Kinsella

John Kinsella is the multi-award-winning author of more than fifty books in various genres.  He is an Extraordinary Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and was appointed the Richard L Thomas Professor of Creative Writing at Kenyon College in the United States for 2001, where he became Professor of English.  Read more ...

J.P. Quinton 

J.P. Quinton lives in Fremantle, Western Australia, and is completing his first novel.  Read more ...

Margaret River Press 

A small independant publisher based in Western Australia.  Read more ...

James Hoover

James Hoover lives in Western Australia, and is completing his first novel Read more ...

Dianne Wolfer

Dianne has written 15 books and been published in Australia and internationally.  Her most recent publication is The Shark Caller, (Penguin Random House, 2016), published for a young adult readership.  Read more ...

 

Peter Docker

Peter studied writing at Curtin University in Perth, and acting at The Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. He has published three full-length literary works which constitute the War Zones Trilogy,  Peter also has a number of short stories to his credit and has written for stage and radio.  Read more ...

Joanna Sassoon

Joanna is an internationally respected historian and archivist and has managed archival collections in cultural institutions, worked as a State and Commonwealth public servant and taught in several universities.  Read more ...

 

Rod Mackay

Rod has been an IT  manager, a rock singer, a surf company director … and has run twenty-five marathons! He lives in Western Australia and is currently completing his debut novel.  Read more ...

 

Steve Hawke

Steve Hawke’s writing life has been woven around almost forty years of work with Indigenous communities and organisations in the Fitzroy Valley of Western Australia’s Kimberley region.  He also works in the arts sector as a producer, project developer and facilitator.  Read more ...

 

Tracy Ryan

Tracy Ryan grew up in Western Australia and has spent periods of her adult life living overseas in the UK, Ireland and the USA. She has published four novels and eight books of poetry and is presently working on a new novel and a new collection of poetry.  Read more ...

 

Liana Joy Christensen

Liana Joy Christensen is the author of Deadly Beautiful – Vanishing Killers of the Animal Kingdom (Exisle, 2011).  Her poems, short stories and essays have won awards and been selected for anthologies and literary journals in several countries.  Read more ...

 

Mark Hollands

Mark is a journalist by trade, having been a reporter and editor for newspapers and magazines in Australia, Britain, Hong Kong and Papua New Guinea.  Mark's first novel, ‘Amplify’ was a self-publishing venture and is now on submission internationally. Mark is currently writing a new ‘Billy Lime’ thriller. Read more ...

David Hughes

David Hughes is a comedy writer from Ireland. He grew up in England and now calls Western Australia home. He is the author of five books and is currently developing several television projects for UK production companies.  Read more ...

Catherine Noske

Dr. Catherine Noske is a lecturer in Creative Writing and editor of Westerly Magazine at the University of Western Australia. Her current manuscript, a novel, was shortlisted for the 2015 Dorothy Hewett Award.  Read more ...

Hellie Turner

Hellie is a veteran playwright who cut her theatre teeth performing for a decade with the avant-garde troupe, CAST. As a founding-member of ‘kompany M’ (2005-2010) she wrote and directed numerous plays which enjoyed multiple seasons and tours.  Read more ...

Mark Furness

Mark Furness is a writer of crime, black comic crime, and psychological horror. Based in Sydney, Australia, he recently completed his first novel, an international conspiracy thriller.  Read more ...

Kelly Van Nelson

Kelly Van Nelson was born in the UK and lived in London, Edinburgh, and Cape Town, before immigrating to Australia with her family. Her publication successes include poems, short stories, magazine articles, and reaching number one in the Youwriteon.com online charts.  Read more ...

Wild Dingo Press

Cathi Lewis, owner and Publisher of Wild Dingo Press, has appointed the Agency  to manage international rights promotion and negotiation on her behalf.  Read more ...

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Sarah Hay

Sarah Hay has written two novels Skins (2002) and Texas: An Australian Love Story (2008) published by Allen and Unwin. Skins won the 2001 Australian Vogel Award and was shortlisted for the 2002 WA Premier’s Prize.  Read more ...

Philip Taffs

Philip Taffs has an Honours Degree in English from Monash University, writing his thesis on the American author, John Irving.  He has worked as a senior writer and Creative Director for advertising agencies in Melbourne and New York.  Read more ...

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