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Jake Sandtner

Jake Sandtner

Jake Sandtner is currently completing a PhD at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Jake spends his day job in marketing and design. When not writing, you can find Jake cruising coastlines, enjoying a cold beer or disrupting his cat’s slee... Full profile

Sally Scott

Sally Scott

Sally Scott wrote her first novel as an 11-year-old. It was a Famous Five pastiche and every word was precious. She kept writing cosies until an arts degree led to experimentation with short stories. None of them publishable, but joyous to write. ... Full profile

Liane Shavian

Liane Shavian

In 1983 Liane Shavian moved from San Francisco to Albany in south-west Australia where she has been writing happily ever after. Her poems and short stories have been placed in various literary competitions nationally and have been published in Aus... Full profile

Holden Sheppard

Holden Sheppard

Holden Sheppard is an award-winning Young Adult author born and bred in Geraldton, Western Australia. His debut novel Invisible Boys won numerous accolades including the 2018 City of Fremantle Hungerford Award and the 2019 Western Australian ... Full profile

Craig Silvey

Craig Silvey

Craig Silvey grew up on an orchard in the south of Western Australia. His work has been published internationally and the film rights to his novel Jasper Jones were sold to Australian director Rebecca O’Brien in 2012. Full profile

Ron Sims

Ron Sims

Ron Sims was born in Western Australia in 1947. As a young artist he joined the Australian Broadcasting Commission where he developed skills in sound-design and scripting for radio and television drama and, in 1976, pioneered stereo drama recordin... Full profile

Nonie Smart

Nonie Smart

Nonie Smart is a former english teacher who recorded interviews for the book Vu’s Taste for Life over many months and meals at Vu Do’s restaurant. Full profile

Mark Smith

Mark Smith

Mark Smith lives on Victoria’s west coast and has surfed for 45 years. His debut novel, The Road to Winter (2016), was shortlisted for multiple awards and is taught in schools around Australia. The sequel, Wilder Country (2017), won the 2018... Full profile

Helene Smith

Helene Smith

Helene Smith has raised a large family, worked, studied and travelled down amazing roads. Helene loves best to explore universal themes and familiar landscapes in a frame of exciting adventure stories for children and young teenagers. The setting ... Full profile

Annabel Smith

Annabel Smith

Annabel Smith is the author of Whisky Charlie Foxtrot, A New Map of the Universe, which was shortlisted for the WA Premier’s Book Awards, and a digital interactive novel/app The Ark. Her short fiction and non-fiction has been published in So... Full profile

Sarah Spinks

Sarah Spinks

Sarah Spinks co-wrote Trumpet’s Kittens while still in Year 12 at St Hilda’s Anglican School for girls. Full profile

Randolph Stow

Randolph Stow

Julian Randolph Stow was born in Geraldton, Western Australia, in 1935. He majored in French and English at the University of Western Australia and lectured in English Literature at the universities of Adelaide, Western Australia and Leeds. As wel... Full profile

John Stringer

John Stringer

John Stringer was the Curator of the Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth, and had worked professionally in the visual arts, both in Australia and overseas, for more than 40 years, including Assistant Director, International Program, Museum of Modern Ar... Full profile

Emily Sun

Emily Sun

Emily Sun was born in Hong Kong, moved to England at age three, and at eight years old immigrated with her family to Whadjuk Noongar Boodjar (Perth, Western Australia). Emily’s poetry and prose have been published in various journals and ant... Full profile

Susan Swingler

Susan Swingler

Susan Swingler was born in Birmingham, UK, and lives in rural Gloucestershire. Her jobs have ranged from freelance photographer to gardener, university lecturer to curator and researcher. She and her husband travel widely and have made regular vis... Full profile

Katrina Syme

Katrina Syme

Katrina Syme was born in the UK in 1947 and arrived in WA in 1953. On a holiday in Tasmania in 1982 she discovered fungi, filling her diary with paintings of their incredibly beautiful fruiting bodies. This fascination increases for Katrina with e... Full profile