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Creative Net represents over 170 authors and illustrators across Australia.

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  • Chapman, Gaye

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

    Gaye Chapman is a visual artist of international standing, and a multi award-winning author/illustrator of 14 globally published children’s books. She has recently illustrated Incredibilia by Libby Hathorn and published Sweet Green with Little Hare Books. Gaye has over two decades of experience as a public speaker and facilitating art and writing workshops at . . .

    Gaye Chapman is a visual artist of international standing, and a multi award-winning author/illustrator of 14 globally published children’s books. She has recently illustrated Incredibilia by Libby Hathorn and published Sweet Green with Little Hare Books. Gaye has over two decades of experience as a public speaker and facilitating art and writing workshops at . . .

  • Cheng, Christopher

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

    Christopher has been writing children’s picture books, fiction and non-fiction for over 25 years. His titles include New Gold Mountain (My Australian Story), 30 Amazing Australian Animals, and the picture books Sounds Spooky (Aurealis award winner), Python (shortlisted CBCA awards) and his latest title New Year Surprise! A primary teacher . . .

    Christopher has been writing children’s picture books, fiction and non-fiction for over 25 years. His titles include New Gold Mountain (My Australian Story), 30 Amazing Australian Animals, and the picture books Sounds Spooky (Aurealis award winner), Python (shortlisted CBCA awards) and his latest title New Year Surprise! A primary teacher . . .

  • Chim, Wai Ping

    • Author
    Audience:
    Primary age, Adults
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops, Presentations, Professional development
    Home state:
    New South Wales (NSW)

    Wai has written a number of books for young primary readers, including Chook Chook: Mei’s Secret Pets and spent 18 months teaching English to children in Japan. Born in New York to immigrant parents who didn’t speak much English, Wai is deeply interested in exploring other cultures and speaking to audiences young . . .

    Wai has written a number of books for young primary readers, including Chook Chook: Mei’s Secret Pets and spent 18 months teaching English to children in Japan. Born in New York to immigrant parents who didn’t speak much English, Wai is deeply interested in exploring other cultures and speaking to audiences young . . .

  • Ciddor, Anna

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

    Anna has made her name as a versatile writer and illustrator of fiction, travel and historical books. Her Viking Magic series earned her fans throughout the world. Her latest children’s book, The Family with Two Front Doors, is based on her grandmother’s childhood in Poland in the 1920s – a heart-warming Jewish story . . .

    Anna has made her name as a versatile writer and illustrator of fiction, travel and historical books. Her Viking Magic series earned her fans throughout the world. Her latest children’s book, The Family with Two Front Doors, is based on her grandmother’s childhood in Poland in the 1920s – a heart-warming Jewish story . . .

  • Clancy, Charmaine

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

    Charmaine is a high school English teacher and writing workshop presenter. Her published works include My Zombie Dog, Dognapped? and Undead Kev. Her workshop style is fun, enthusiastic and high energy, and can be tailored to suit children, teens or adults. Her workshops are always quite interactive as she encourages audience participation, writing prompts . . .

    Charmaine is a high school English teacher and writing workshop presenter. Her published works include My Zombie Dog, Dognapped? and Undead Kev. Her workshop style is fun, enthusiastic and high energy, and can be tailored to suit children, teens or adults. Her workshops are always quite interactive as she encourages audience participation, writing prompts . . .

  • Clark, Margaret

    • Author
    Audience:
    Teachers, Parents
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops, Presentations
    Home state:
    Victoria (VIC)

    Margaret has written over 100 books about relationships, friendships, and social issues under the guise of humour. Margaret’s books include Pugwall (1987), which was made into a TV series, and The Chickabees series. Her latest book is an Aussie Nibble called Blast Off! Margaret has a Doctorate in Education, with a major in children’s literature, . . .

    Margaret has written over 100 books about relationships, friendships, and social issues under the guise of humour. Margaret’s books include Pugwall (1987), which was made into a TV series, and The Chickabees series. Her latest book is an Aussie Nibble called Blast Off! Margaret has a Doctorate in Education, with a major in children’s literature, . . .

  • Clark, Sherryl

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

    Sherryl has published more than 40 books, from picture books to novels. Her verse novel, Sixth Grade Style Queen (Not!), was a CBCA Honour Book in 2008, and many of her titles have been notable books for the CBCA book awards. Other titles include One Perfect Pirouette and Now I Am Bigger. She writes . . .

    Sherryl has published more than 40 books, from picture books to novels. Her verse novel, Sixth Grade Style Queen (Not!), was a CBCA Honour Book in 2008, and many of her titles have been notable books for the CBCA book awards. Other titles include One Perfect Pirouette and Now I Am Bigger. She writes . . .

  • Clark, T.M.

    • Author
    • Storyteller
    Audience:
    Primary age, Secondary age, Adults, Pre-school age, Tertiary age
    Format:
    Talks, Workshops
    Home state:
    Queensland (QLD)

    Zimbabwean born, T.M. Clark combines her passion for storytelling, different cultures and wildlife with her love for the wilder places, across both children’s and adult writing. Her books include My Brother-But-One (nominated Queensland Literary award 2014) and her picture book, Slowly! Slowly! a Children’s Book Council Notable Book, 2018. Tina . . .

    Zimbabwean born, T.M. Clark combines her passion for storytelling, different cultures and wildlife with her love for the wilder places, across both children’s and adult writing. Her books include My Brother-But-One (nominated Queensland Literary award 2014) and her picture book, Slowly! Slowly! a Children’s Book Council Notable Book, 2018. Tina . . .

  • Collin, Chris

    • Author
    • Musician
    Audience:
    Primary age, Pre-school age
    Format:
    Workshops, Presentations
    Home state:
    Queensland (QLD)

    Chris is an award-winning independent children’s author, based on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. He has published four books – Funky Chicken: A Bushy Tale of Crocs and Chooks, A Bug Called Doug & Funky Chicken: Chooks in Space (winner Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year) and Funky Chicken Mission InCROCible!. Chris’s mission is . . .

    Chris is an award-winning independent children’s author, based on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. He has published four books – Funky Chicken: A Bushy Tale of Crocs and Chooks, A Bug Called Doug & Funky Chicken: Chooks in Space (winner Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year) and Funky Chicken Mission InCROCible!. Chris’s mission is . . .

  • Collins, Paul

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

    Paul has written many books for young adults. He is best known for his fantasy and science fiction titles in The Jelindel Chronicles and The Quentaris Chronicles. The Earthborn Wars trilogy was published by Tor in the US. He has many strings to his bow. He’s been an agent, publisher, writer and editor.

    Paul has written many books for young adults. He is best known for his fantasy and science fiction titles in The Jelindel Chronicles and The Quentaris Chronicles. The Earthborn Wars trilogy was published by Tor in the US. He has many strings to his bow. He’s been an agent, publisher, writer and editor.