Lucie Towers is a writer and illustrator from Sydney, NSW. A graduate of Communications: Media Arts & Production and International Studies in Japanese (UTS), Lucie has a passion for storytelling, animation, terrible monster movies, puns, fairytales and all kinds of absurdly whimsical, twisty-turvey word nerdy tomfoolery. Her Dungeons & Dragons character is a gentle bugbear named Crushkin (this is very important information).
She is a Committee Member of the CBCA NSW Branch, and a children’s bookseller. She enjoys picture books, middle-grade, YA, graphic novels, feeding gremlins your long-lost odd socks (at midnight, no less!), and speaking about herself in the third person (but you didn’t hear it from me… er, her!).
Lucie was the Membership Intern at Writing NSW from Feb – June 2018.
Book Review / Ten Pound Pom by Carole Wilkinson and Liz AnelliJuly 24, 2019
“It’s a lovely gentle reminder that, even after reaching a final destination, one’s inner journey never really ends.” – Lucie Towers reviews Ten Pound Pom by Carole Wilkinson and Liz Anelli
Book Review / Hugo Makes a Change by Scott Emmons
“If you’re going to sink your teeth into one picture book about eating a balanced diet…Hugo Makes a Change makes for a read as sweet, juicy and refreshing as a big red crunchy apple on a dark moonlit night. It’s an absolute treat.”
Lucie Towers reviews Hugo Makes a Change by Scott Emmons.
Spotlight On / Michelle Morgan
‘I want the reader to become immersed in my characters’ worlds and have a sensory as well as a literary experience.’
Event Recap / First Friday Club with Nerrilee Weir
“The goal is to inspire enough interest, that when you send them the book you pitch they go, ‘ah, I remember you, I remember that.”