My latest post on Writer Unboxed is about writing my audio novel, and it’s attracted some interesting comments. Have a look at the post, and the comments, here.
I’ve created a new playlist on my You Tube channel, which presents video readings I’ve done of several of my published poems for kids. I created it to help support my presentation in the fabulous CBCA NSW online conference focussed around Poetry(which you can still book in for, as it’s pre-recorded and available till the end of May for delegates). I also thought it could be an ongoing resource for parents and schools, and in fact anyone who might be interested. Hope you enjoy!
I am absolutely delighted to be heading off in a few weeks, in early May, to Bendigo for the fabulous Writers’ Festival. Over the three days of the Festival, I’m going to be contributing on three fantastic panels with some wonderful fellow creators! On the Friday, I’ll be talking about fairy tales; on the Saturday, on historical fiction; on the Sunday, on children’s and YA books. I’ll also much enjoy catching up with old friends and meeting new ones and finally connecting, in person, face to face, with my wonderful French Fairy Tales co-creator, Lorena Carrington.
I loved the last BWF I attended, and being in Bendigo too was a real pleasure: and this time promises to be even better. Can’t wait!
Check out the full program of the 2021 Bendigo Writers’ Festival here.