Authors » Terry Whitebeach
Terry Whitebeach is a Tasmanian writer who lived and worked in WA in the 1990s. She writes in a number of genres. Published work includes: young adult novels: Watersky, and Bantam (co-author Michael Brown), poetry: Bird Dream, All the Shamans Work in Safeway — Poems for Young Adults; radio plays for ABC Airplay: Antarctic Journey,Bantam, a REAL Book by Mick Brown and Terry Whitebeach, Mill Ends,biography: The Versatile Man: The Life and Times of Alexander Donald Pwerle Ross (co-author, Don Ross).
Winner, Anne Elder Award, 1994
Short listed, Western Australian Premier’s Prize, 1994
Notable Book, Children’s Book Council of Australia Award, 2003.
Winner, Northern Territory Red Earth Poetry Prize, 1999
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