Authors » Deb Fitzpatrick
Deb Fitzpatrick lives and works in Fremantle. A freelance editor and writer, her two books for young adults – 90 packets of instant noodles (2010) and Have you seen Ally Queen? (2011) – were both made Notable Books by the Children’s Book Council of Australia. The Amazing Spencer Gray is her first book for younger readers.
Deb wrote 90 packets of instant noodles while living in a shack in the cloud forest of Costa Rica, and Have you seen Ally Queen? while backpacking through South America. She wrote The Amazing Spencer Gray at a café in South Fremantle. Deb has a Master of Arts (Creative Writing) from UWA and teaches professional writing and editing at Curtin University.
Notable Book, Children’s Book Council of Australia Older Readers, 2012
Notable Book, Children’s Book Council of Australia Older Readers, 2011
Books available from Fremantle Press
- The Break 2014
- The Break ebook 2014
- The Amazing Spencer Gray ebook 2013
- The Amazing Spencer Gray 2013
- Have you seen Ally Queen? 2011
- Have you seen Ally Queen? ebook 2011
- 90 Packets of Instant Noodles ebook 2010
- 90 Packets of Instant Noodles 2010
From the Catalogue
Broome residents are in for a double dose of Peter Docker in the coming weeks. Docker will launch his third novel, Sweet One, at Broome Library on Wednesday 23 July followed by a performance at Corrugated Lines.