Annika Tague

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Annika Tague is a publishing professional, having worked for Australia's largest independent publisher and as a bookseller for 4+ years. She has both an undergrad and postgrad degree in Creative Writing and currently works as a freelance literary editor and content writer. Annika has worked on editorial projects with a number of major publishing houses in Australia. She helps writers and aspiring authors fine-tune their manuscripts to reach their full potential. Annika works as a copywriter for businesses of all sizes. Annika is currently working on her debut novel, a family drama set in the heart of wine country.
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Website: http://www.polishedprose.com.au/

Kathy Prokhovnik

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Kathy Prokhovnik writes fiction (long form, short stories, microfiction) and nonfiction. She is currently finalising her second novel and preparing her social history of Sydney, Seeking Sydney, for a podcast series. She is also a technical writer with extensive training and experience in research, writing and editing expertise. She has worked extensively on the production of examination materials, print books, ebooks, articles, newsletters, media releases, user guides, publicity material, fact sheets, equipment manuals, business reports and websites. She has been successful in many Australian short story writing competitions and has been published in anthologies and online and print journals.
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Website: http://kathyprokhovnik.com/

Laura Boon

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Laura Boon worked in book publishing for over thirty years and is now a writer, editor and tennis coach. The stories she enjoys most include love, adventure and friendship. She has a BA in English Language and Literature and is an accredited editor with the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd). Laura is the author of two romance novels and three non-fiction books, including Tips from a Book Publishing Industry Insider. She is a hybrid author, both traditionally and indie published. Laura lives in Sydney with Beau and Arrow, a Pekingese and a Shih Tzu who rule her world.
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Website: https://linktr.ee/lauraboon66

Emma Darragh

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Emma Darragh lives and works on Dharawal Country. Her novel in stories, Thanks for Having Me, will be published by Joan Press in March, 2024. She holds a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Wollongong and her thesis, The Short Story Cycle in the Twenty-First Century, received the Examiners’ Commendation for Outstanding Thesis. Her writing has appeared in numerous Australian publications, including Cordite, Westerly, Meniscus, TEXT, and The Big Issue Fiction Edition. Emma is an experienced mentor and teaches Creative Writing at the University of Wollongong.
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Website: https://emmadarragh.com/

Dannielle Viera

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Dannielle Viera has been involved in the Australian publishing industry for over 20 years – first as a copywriter and then as an editor, project manager, proofreader and author. Many of her children’s stories and poems have appeared in anthologies, in The School Magazine and on the Australian Children’s Poetry website. In 2021, her first illustrated children’s book, Amazing Grace, was published by Library For All; in 2023, her debut picture book, The Leftover Lemon Dilemma, was published by Loose Parts Press. She is a member of SCBWI, and she reviews children’s books for the Buzz Words website.
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Website: http://www.dannielleviera.com/

Bronwyn Birdsall

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Bronwyn Birdsall is a writer and editor. Her first novel Time and Tide in Sarajevo was shortlisted for the 2023 Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction. Bronwyn is passionate about the power of story and supporting storytellers. She has spoken at festivals, at events and on podcasts about her novel and the creative process. Bronwyn’s writing centres around contemporary life and finding meaning in the everyday, and has been selected for development programs and residencies. As well as working as an editor for over fifteen years, she has also assessed entries for mentorship programs and competitions.
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Website: http://www.bronwynbirdsall.com/

Lathalia Song

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Lathalia Song is an artist/poet and writer. Her hybrid works appear in Streetcake Magazine, Harpy Hydrid Review, Levatio, The Minison Project, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, Authora Australis and Moon Cola zine. Editor for Authora Australis https://www.authora.net/. Hybrid works of illustrated poetic fables, ink designs abstracted and screenprinted at https://www.flywaterleaflight.com.au/. Sharing the joy of creativity each year at https://heffalumpdezign.com. Currently writer in residence for Westwords, Wedderburn and artist poet @flywaterleaflight.com.au. A mid-career designer and artist pivoting into fine art and fiction writing. You can follow her as lathaliahopesong on Instagram and Twitter: Hope Song@flywaterleaf.
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Website: https://www.authora.net/

Alle Lloyd

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Alle’s qualifications: B.A.(S.U.) English/Australian Literature and Language; M.A.(S.U.) Australian Literature; Dip.Ed.(S.T.C.) Library Science and English. She trained English teachers for 25 years in the Teachers’ Education Program (Macquarie University). She taught and marked HSC English at all levels for 25 years leading to expertise in the study and analysis of literature/media, text-types, starting/sustaining writing, copy editing, proof-reading, researching, rewriting and overcoming writers' block. She has experience writing responses to all texts/text-types required for HSC study and in judging written responses at HSC marking operations. She has published poetry, short stories, study notes, and researched for her historical novels.
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Christina King

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As an experienced copywriter, proofreader and copyeditor, Christina King also works as a writer of historical fiction, with a focus on colonial Australia and on late eighteenth-century Britain. Christina enjoys reading and telling stories of forgotten voices from history, as well as non-fiction accounts of events and people from these periods. Christina has extensive experience working with teams on collaborative, creative copywriting projects as well as proofreading and copyediting documents, both short and long-form. Christina's short story, 'The Ink Stain' won the 2019 Historical Novel Society of Australasia's short story competition.
Website: http://www.christinaking.com.au/

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