Authors » Stephen Kinnane
Stephen Kinnane is a descendant through his mother’s mother of the Miriwoong people of the East Kimberley and was raised in Noongar country in the south-west of Western Australia. As a writer and researcher he has worked on a variety of community-based cultural heritage projects. He collaborated with Lauren Marsh and Alice Nannup on the book, When the Pelican Laughed (1992) and co-wrote and co-produced The Coolbaroo Club (1996), an ABC television documentary which was awarded the 1996 Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Human Rights Award for the Arts.
Short listed, Western Australian Premier’s Literary
Winner, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Human Rights Award, 1996
Winner, AIATSIS Stanner Award, 2006
Winner, Western Australian Premier’s Award, 2006
Books available from Fremantle Press
- Shadow Lines 2003
From the Catalogue
Light Horse Boy at Bologna
Fremantle Press illustrators are again set to shine at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair in March 2014. Drawings from Light Horse Boy will feature in the Australian Publishers Association exhibition Hello! from Australia while The Last Viking and Dreamers will feature in the exhibition’s book showcase.