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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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Author Genres

Adventure · Australiana · Auto/Biography · Childrens · Comedy · Contemporary · Crime · Erotic · Essays/Articles · Experimental · Fantasy · Film/TV · Food · Genre Fiction · Historical · Horror · Humour · Indigenous · Internet/Web · Junior Fiction · Literary Fiction · Middle Childhood · Multicultural · Murder Mystery/Detective · Non-fiction · Paranormal · Picture Books · Poetry · Radio · Romance · Science Fiction · Short Stories · Theatre · Thriller · Travel · Verse Novel · Women's · Young Adult

Author Availability

Assessments · Mentoring · Readings · School Visits · Speaking Engagements

 

Ben Brooker

Genres: Essays/Articles, Internet/Web, Poetry, Science Fiction, Short Stories, Theatre,

Availability: Assessments, Mentoring, Readings, School Visits, Speaking Engagements,

Ben is a writer, editor, critic, essayist, and playwright. His work has been featured by Overland, New Matilda, New Internationalist, Australian Book Review, RealTime, and Daily Review. Ben was a featured playwright at the Emerging Writers’ Festival Adelaide Roadshow in September 2014, and at the National Play Festival in Adelaide […]

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Ben Stubbs

Genres: Essays/Articles, Non-fiction, Travel,

Availability: Assessments, Mentoring, Readings, School Visits, Speaking Engagements,

I am a non-fiction an travel writer who has recently moved into academia. I have published numerous articles and essays for the Sydney Morning Herald, Meanjin and Griffith Review. My first book, Ticket to Paradise, about my search for the Australian colony in Paraguay was published by Harper Collins in […]

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Bill ‘Swampy’ Marsh

Genres: Australiana, Auto/Biography, Film/TV, Non-fiction, Young Adult,

Availability: Mentoring, School Visits, Speaking Engagements,

  Bill is an award-winning writer/performer of stories, songs and plays. He’s a teacher and mentor through TAFE SA plus runs workshops in schools and communities. His first collection of stories, Beckom Pop. 64, was published in 1988, Old Yanconian Daze (1995), Looking for Dad, (1998). Then came Great Flying […]

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Bronwyn Tilley (Bronwyn Stuart)

Genres: Genre Fiction, Romance, Women's,

Availability: Readings, School Visits, Speaking Engagements,

Bronwyn is an author of historical and contemporary romance. She lives in the Adelaide hills with her family and menagerie – www.bronwynstuart.com Her side hustle includes blurb help for self-publishing authors and contest style feedback on submissions packages for those looking at the traditional markets – www.iblurbed.com

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Caroline Reid

Genres: Auto/Biography, Contemporary, Experimental, Film/TV, Humour, Poetry, Short Stories, Theatre, Women's,

Availability: Mentoring, Readings, Speaking Engagements,

Mentorship areas: poetry, spoken word, short fiction, theatre, experimental Caroline Reid is an award-winning writer who works in multiple mediums and regularly performs her work. Her plays have been performed in international festivals, broadcast and published (Prayer to an Iron God, Currency Press 2010). Siarad, her debut collection of poetry […]

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Cecelia Hopkins (Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer)

Genres: Australiana, Essays/Articles, Fantasy, Genre Fiction, Historical, Horror, Literary Fiction, Non-fiction, Paranormal, Poetry, Romance, Science Fiction, Short Stories, Women's, Young Adult,

Availability: Assessments, Readings, School Visits,

Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer is the hyphenation of Cecelia’s birth and former married name. Cecelia writes poetry, fiction and literary criticism. Her MA project focused on H.P. Lovecraft while her M. Lett project investigated fairy tale motifs in 19th-Century literature. Cecelia has contributed to a number of anthologies and journals with various […]

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Charlie Archbold

Genres: Contemporary, Genre Fiction, Junior Fiction, Middle Childhood, Poetry, Young Adult,

Availability: Mentoring, School Visits, Speaking Engagements,

Charlie is an educator and writer. Her debut YA novel, Mallee Boys(2017), was a 2018 CBCA Honour book. Indigo Owl(2020) is a fast paced speculative fiction adventure. The Sugar Cane Kids and the Red Bottomed Boat, was shortlist for the Text Prize and will be out June 2022. Charlie is […]

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Cheryl Adnams

Genres: Romance, Women's,

Availability: Readings, Speaking Engagements,

Cheryl Adnams lives in Adelaide, South Australia. After discovering a love of writing in high school, she went on to complete courses in screenplay writing and a Diploma of Freelance Travel Writing and Photography.

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Christina Soong

Genres: Auto/Biography, Childrens, Comedy, Contemporary, Essays/Articles, Film/TV, Food, Literary Fiction, Poetry, Short Stories, Travel,

Availability: Mentoring, Readings, School Visits, Speaking Engagements,

Christina is an award-winning writer. She was co-editor of Adelaide university’s student newspaper, On Dit, in 1996. Afterwards, she worked in London, Leeds, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Shanghai in senior marketing/management roles and freelanced for magazines. Whilst on maternity leave, she started an award-winning food & travel blog, The Hungry […]

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Christine Bailey

Chris has worked for the South Australia Department for Education for 40 years, teaching students from pre-school to Year 12 and designing and facilitating professional development in oracy, language and literacy. Her teaching experience overseas as well as involvement in Cambridge University-Education Faculty’s research into dialogic teaching and the development […]

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