Adam is a qualified engineer and primary school teacher who discovered a talent for writing hilarious, horrendous and heartfelt books for children. He has thirty published titles under his belt, including Better Out Than In and the Pete McGee series.
Isobelle is one of Australia's most highly acclaimed children’s authors. She started writing her first book, Obernewtyn, when she was just 14 years old and has since published many novels, short stories and picture books across the globe.
Scot got his big break in writing in 2001 after attending a writers’ conference with Australia’s grand master of realist young adult fiction, John Marsden. He has since published several successful novels for young adults.
George is best known for his Gamers trilogy ( Gamers' Quest , Gamers' Challenge and Gamers' Rebellion ). His other books include the YA short story collection Life, Death and Detention and a new series of interactive books, You Choose .
Leigh is the author and creator of twenty children's books, and is the Australian Children’s Laureate for 2016/2017. Leigh’s character Old Tom was adapted into a popular TV series, and Mr Chicken is a big hit in The Louvre Bookshop in Paris.
Gabrielle’s latest books are The Wishbird and the Our Australian Girl Pearlie books. Her stories are a blend of Chinese and Western culture with a touch of fantasy. They are about belonging and home and finding strength from within.
Deborah trained as a teacher before producing and writing children’s TV at Network TEN. She has written over 20 novels including the series Grimsdon and New City, about kids living in a climate-changed world.
Phillip has written books for kids, young readers, teenagers and adults. He also developed the screenplay for the feature film Australian Rules, based on his highly awarded first novel Deadly, Unna?
Gary is one of Australia’s most awarded authors for youth, winning the Australian Children’s Book of the Year four times. Gary has previously published Finding Home, In the Beech Forest and Voicing the Dead with Ford Street.
Wendy is the award-winning author of Nim's Island and over thirty other books. She offers writing workshops for children aged 10 through to adult, and has presented to groups of 5 to 500.
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