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Stephanie Spartels

Stephanie Spartels is a graphic designer, illustrator and lover of all things visual. She has a knack for delving into the heart of a story and...

Shaun Tan

Shaun Tan grew up in Perth and works as an artist, writer and film-maker in Melbourne. He is best known for illustrated books that deal with...

Jared Thomas

Jared Thomas is a Nukunu person of the Southern Flinders Ranges. His novel Sweet Guy was shortlisted for the South Australian and...

Tony Thompson

Tony Thompson is a Melbourne-based writer and speaker. He is the author of Summer of Monsters, a novel about Mary Shelley's early life,...

Leena van Deventer

Leena van Deventer is an award-winning writer, game developer and teacher based in Melbourne. In 2016 she published her first book, Game...

Adele Walsh

Adele Walsh is the program coordinator for the Centre for Youth Literature, providing online content as well as programming events to promote...

Ailsa Wild

Ailsa Wild is an acrobat and whip-cracker who has run away from the circus to become a writer – and it seems to be working! This year Wild...

Carole Wilkinson

Carole Wilkinson writes historical fiction and nonfiction for children. She is best known for her much-loved and award-winning Dragonkeeper series...

Gabrielle Williams

Gabrielle Williams lives in Melbourne, and has three kids, one husband and a dog. She is the author of a number of critically acclaimed YA novels,...

Fiona Wood

Fiona Wood writes young adult fiction. Six Impossible Things was shortlisted for the Children's Book Council of Australia book of the...

Jessica Yu

Jessica Yu is a PhD candidate in creative writing at the University of Melbourne. In 2015, she was selected as one of Melbourne Writers Festival's...

Nevo Zisin

Nevo Zisin is a young activist, writer, and public speaker with a particular focus on issues surrounding gender, sex and sexuality. Based in...

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