Below is a list of our South Australian authors who are SA Writers Centre members. You can find out more about them and check out their latest work by clicking on the link.
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Assessments · Mentoring · Readings · School Visits · Speaking Engagements
Mentorship areas: junior fiction; crime fiction; screenwriting; traditional publishing; young adult Adam Cece is an award-winning author of children’s books, including the hilarious Huggabie Falls series, which has been published worldwide. He is an SA Premier’s Reading Challenge Ambassador, and visits schools and libraries around Australia delivering fun, interactive talks […]
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Adeeb Kamal Ad-Deen is a poet, journalist, and translator who has degrees in Economics 1976 and English Literature from the University of Baghdad 1999 plus a Diploma of Interpreting (Arabic-English) from Adelaide Institute of TAFE, South Australia 2005. He has published 25 poetry collections in English and Arabic and won […]
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Essays/Articles, Junior Fiction, Middle Childhood, Young Adult,
Availability: Mentoring, Readings, School Visits, Speaking Engagements,
Allayne Webster is a Children’s/Young Adult Author. Allayne’s first YA novel, ‘Our Little Secret’, was longlisted for a Golden Inky, and her second publication, ‘Barnesy’, a junior fiction novel illustrated by Tom Jellett, was selected for the Premier’s Reading Challenges across Australia. Allayne’s second YA novel, ‘Stresshead’, was released to […]
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Amy T Matthews is an award-winning novelist who lectures in Creative Writing at Flinders University. She also writes historical romance under the name Tess LeSue.
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Australiana, Auto/Biography, Essays/Articles, Literary Fiction, Multicultural, Non-fiction, Women's,
Availability: Assessments, Mentoring, Speaking Engagements,
Anne Bartlett grew up in rural South Australia and studied English and Drama at Flinders University. She has worked variously as editor, ghostwriter, humour columnist, biographer, feature, and children’s writer, and taught creative writing at Flinders University and the University of Adelaide. Her children’s book The Aboriginal Peoples of Australia […]
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Anne-Marie Smith’s a French Australian linguist. She loves writing about multicultural experiences. She spent years teaching English in a multilingual context. Taught in Zambia, gained a TESL Diploma and a Doctorate in linguistics with the University of Papua New Guinea where she lived and worked. Taught in Western Australia, […]
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