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Elizabeth Lhuede
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Do all writers write from a place of grief?
I’m half way through the most wonderful book, Lost and Found, and having previously read a little about the author, I flicked to the back of the book to reacquaint myself with Brooke Davis and foun...
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The Lost Swimmer by Ann Turner: a debut psychological thriller

Ann Turner’s debut novel, The Lost Swimmer, is prefaced with a quote from Heraclitus: Everything flows and nothing abides, everything gives way and nothing stays fixed. (Heraclitus c. 535-475 BC) Both the theme of “time” and the image of water pervade the…
Ann Turner's debut novel, The Lost Swimmer, is prefaced with a quote from Heraclitus: Everything flows and nothing abides, everything gives way and nothing stays fixed. (Heraclitus c. 535-475 BC) B...
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An anthology of apocalypse-survival fiction with a focus on disabled/chronically ill characters
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Angela Marson's Silent Scream - book review

There were a few things I liked about Angela Marsons’ thriller, Silent Scream. One was its setting in the Black Country in the West Midlands in England. It’s not an area I’m familiar with, and the author’s use of dialect had me searching to hear examples…
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In the six years since the “sausagefest” brouhaha over the all-male shortlist for the 2009 Miles Franklin Literary Award, 65 writers have been longlisted for the nation’s most important book prize. The gender breakdown of the 2010-15 longlists is 36 women and 29 men. That slight margin carried to the shortlists, with 14 women and 11 men in final contention between 2010 and last year. The trend will continue when this year’s shortlist is announced...
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Networking Australian women writers, readers, booksellers, librarians, & teachers via #AWW2015 challenge
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Author, blogger, tutor, counsellor
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Writing, counselling, mentoring
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  • TAFE NSW
    On marking panel for OTEN, 2011 - present
    On panel for Creative Writing and English (Prelim and HSC)
  • Australian Women Writers
    Founder and convenor, 2011 - present
    Co-ordinates Australian Women Writers Challenge to help overcome gender bias in the reviewing of books by Australian women.