Greg Woodland is a former filmmaker who now works as script editor, screenwriter, and director of online script development business (www.scriptcentral.com.au). He’s taught screenwriting at film schools and unis including AFTRS, UTS, Macquarie University, and Australian Film Base, where he currently teaches a short course. Happily, Greg is also an author: his first crime novel, The Night Whistler, was published by Text Publishing in August 2020 and shortlisted for a 2021 Ned Kelly Award. The second book in the series, The Carnival is Over, will be published by Text in August this year. He’s currently working on the third book in his rural crime series set in the 1970s. Prior to writing crime fiction, Greg wrote a paranormal novel, Pangs, which won a Varuna Writing NSW Fellowship, and a Varuna Litlink Fellowship. He plans to rewrite Pangs this year as well as finishing his third crime novel.