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Creative Net represents over 170 authors and illustrators across Australia.

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  • Bavati, Robyn

    • Author
    Audience:
    Primary age, Secondary age
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    Victoria (VIC)

    Robyn Bavati’s latest novel is Within these Walls, a book about the Holocaust for upper primary and lower secondary students. It was shortlisted by the CBCA in 2017 for the Book of the Year for younger readers. Robyn is also the author of the critically acclaimed Dancing in the Dark, a CBCA Notable Book, and . . .

    Robyn Bavati’s latest novel is Within these Walls, a book about the Holocaust for upper primary and lower secondary students. It was shortlisted by the CBCA in 2017 for the Book of the Year for younger readers. Robyn is also the author of the critically acclaimed Dancing in the Dark, a CBCA Notable Book, and . . .

  • Bell, Krista

    • Author
    Audience:
    Primary age, Adults
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    Victoria (VIC)

    Krista is an award winning author. Her most recent titles include Peeking Ducks, Warriors, Burning the Bails and Jack’s Bugle.  Bessie’s War will be published in 2017. Her latest publication, Secrets in Sicily (Segreti in Sicilia), is a junior novel written in parallel English/Italian text. It won the inaugural Rosa Morettino Abbadessa International Literary Award in 2016. . . .

    Krista is an award winning author. Her most recent titles include Peeking Ducks, Warriors, Burning the Bails and Jack’s Bugle.  Bessie’s War will be published in 2017. Her latest publication, Secrets in Sicily (Segreti in Sicilia), is a junior novel written in parallel English/Italian text. It won the inaugural Rosa Morettino Abbadessa International Literary Award in 2016. . . .

  • Bernard, Patricia

    • Author
    Audience:
    Primary age, Secondary age, Adults, Tertiary age
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    New South Wales (NSW)

    Patricia left Australia when she was nineteen. During the next twenty years she sailed up the Nile, worked in Berlin during the closing of the Wall, met Mohammed V of Morocco in the Sahara Desert, travelled through Alaska in a sports car in winter, fell in love with a Spanish . . .

    Patricia left Australia when she was nineteen. During the next twenty years she sailed up the Nile, worked in Berlin during the closing of the Wall, met Mohammed V of Morocco in the Sahara Desert, travelled through Alaska in a sports car in winter, fell in love with a Spanish . . .

  • Berran, Susan

    • Author
    • Illustrator
    Audience:
    Primary age
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    Victoria (VIC)

    Her most popular workshop, 'From imagination to the shelf', has children writing a story about their holidays and then 'blowing it up' to see what they can really do with it.

    Her most popular workshop, 'From imagination to the shelf', has children writing a story about their holidays and then 'blowing it up' to see what they can really do with it.

  • Bidwell, Holly

    • Storyteller
    Audience:
    Primary age, Pre-school age, Childcare
    Format:
    Talks, Presentations
    Home state:
    Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

    Holly is a storyteller in the oral tradition, mixing folktales and modern stories with props and puppets. She visits childcare centres, schools and cultural institutions to share her love of stories ‘beyond the page’ and is an accredited member of the ACT Storytellers Guild. Holly tailors sessions to suit her . . .

    Holly is a storyteller in the oral tradition, mixing folktales and modern stories with props and puppets. She visits childcare centres, schools and cultural institutions to share her love of stories ‘beyond the page’ and is an accredited member of the ACT Storytellers Guild. Holly tailors sessions to suit her . . .

  • Black, Jess

    • Author
    Audience:
    Primary age, Pre-school age
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops, Presentations
    Home state:
    New South Wales (NSW)

    Jess Black is the author of the popular children’s series, Keeper of the Crystals, and has co-written several others including the Bindi Wildlife Adventures series and the Kaboom Kid series with David Warner. Her first picture books, Moon Dance and Bold Australian Girl, were launched in 2016 and her most recent book series The Tales of Mr Walker (illustrated by . . .

    Jess Black is the author of the popular children’s series, Keeper of the Crystals, and has co-written several others including the Bindi Wildlife Adventures series and the Kaboom Kid series with David Warner. Her first picture books, Moon Dance and Bold Australian Girl, were launched in 2016 and her most recent book series The Tales of Mr Walker (illustrated by . . .

  • Blackford, Jenny

    • Author
    Audience:
    Primary age, Secondary age
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    New South Wales (NSW)

    Jenny Blackford’s YA-crossover novel set in ancient Delphi and Athens, The Priestess and the Slave, was described by bestseller Alison Goodman as ‘a compelling blend of vivid storytelling and meticulous research’. Her poems, fantasy, science fiction and historical fiction have appeared in magazines and anthologies for people of all ages. Jenny . . .

    Jenny Blackford’s YA-crossover novel set in ancient Delphi and Athens, The Priestess and the Slave, was described by bestseller Alison Goodman as ‘a compelling blend of vivid storytelling and meticulous research’. Her poems, fantasy, science fiction and historical fiction have appeared in magazines and anthologies for people of all ages. Jenny . . .

  • Blackford, Russell

    • Author
    Audience:
    Secondary age, Adults
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    New South Wales (NSW)

    Russell Blackford is a philosopher, literary critic and novelist based in Newcastle. He is a Conjoint Lecturer in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Newcastle, and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Evolution and Technology. Russell is the author of many books, articles, and short stories. His . . .

    Russell Blackford is a philosopher, literary critic and novelist based in Newcastle. He is a Conjoint Lecturer in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Newcastle, and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Evolution and Technology. Russell is the author of many books, articles, and short stories. His . . .

  • Bond, Royce

    • Author
    Audience:
    Primary age, Secondary age, Teachers
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    Queensland (QLD)

    Royce Bond is an award-winning teacher and author. He loves to create different worlds in his stories where the reader is invited to join in the adventures. He has conducted writing and creative workshops and teacher in-service throughout Central Queensland, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. His workshops and talks for students . . .

    Royce Bond is an award-winning teacher and author. He loves to create different worlds in his stories where the reader is invited to join in the adventures. He has conducted writing and creative workshops and teacher in-service throughout Central Queensland, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. His workshops and talks for students . . .

  • Booth, Christina

    • Author
    • Illustrator
    Audience:
    Primary age, Secondary age, Adults, Pre-school age, Tertiary age
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops, Presentations, Professional development
    Home state:
    Tasmania (TAS)

    Christina Booth grew up on the East coast of Tasmania and works in Launceston as an illustrator and writer from her ‘picture book house’ studio. Christina’s books include: Purinina, A Devil’s Tale, Lothian 2007 (CBCA Notable Book 2008); In The Deep Blue Sea, written by Angie Lionetto-Civa, Windy Hollow 2007 (CBCA Notable Book . . .

    Christina Booth grew up on the East coast of Tasmania and works in Launceston as an illustrator and writer from her ‘picture book house’ studio. Christina’s books include: Purinina, A Devil’s Tale, Lothian 2007 (CBCA Notable Book 2008); In The Deep Blue Sea, written by Angie Lionetto-Civa, Windy Hollow 2007 (CBCA Notable Book . . .