Congratulations to our members on these wonderful literary achievements:
Cassandra O’Loughlin’s academic article, “Critically Imagining a Decolonised Vision in Australian Poetry”, is published in Landscapes: The Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language
J.A. Haigh has been awarded a 2021 AHWA mentorship with Kaaron Warren, author of ‘Into Bones Like Oil’. Haigh will be polishing her dark, folkloric novel ‘A Harbour Not a Home,’ to an eerie gleam under Warren’s guidance. Haigh has also been offered a place in the selective US based workshop, ‘Fearscapes’, led by literary agent Anne Tibbets and bestselling author Dan Wells.
Lucy Nelson placed 1st in the Newcastle Short Story Award 2021 – Lucy wins $3000
In alpha order: Maree Gardner Chapman, Mark Lock, Dee Murdoch, Patricia O’Shea, Grant Palmer, Brenda Proudfoot, Chloe Warren, Peter Wells – all published in the 2021 Grieve Anthology
Jen Pritchard has a short story published in Southern Cross Uni magazine.
Emily S. Smith has published her latest book ‘How to Hug a Cactus’.
Written on Water - Gail Hennessy, published by Flying Island Books To purchase, email firstname.lastname@example.org Genre: Poetry
The M Word - Gail Hennessy, published by Girls on Key Press To purchase, email email@example.com Genre: Poetry/Memoir