Authors and Artists

Christine Watson

Christine Watson

Christine Watson grew up in Castle Hill, Sydney. With a BA in history and European languages from Sydney University she joined the former Department of Aboriginal Affairs under the Whitlam government. She retrained in fine art, anthropology and mu... Full profile

Katy Watson-Kell

Katy Watson-Kell

Katy Watson-Kell was born in Scotland and moved to Western Australia when she was ten. After leaving high school on a whim, she spent the next ten years talking her way into a smorgasbord of occupations including golf course attendant, handbag sel... Full profile

Kim Wells

Kim Wells

Two activities play a big part in the lives of Kim and Malcolm Wells: starting each day with an early morning visit to a local beach (and a coffee) and trekking to wondrous and sometimes remote places. It is fitting, therefore, that they met at t... Full profile

Terry Whitebeach

Terry Whitebeach

Terry Whitebeach is a Tasmanian writer who lived and worked in WA in the 1990s. She writes in a number of genres including young adult novels, poetry, radio plays for ABC Airplay and biography. Full profile

Mike Williams

Mike Williams

Mike Williams was born in England in 1948 and came to Australia in 1963. He has had a variety of occupations including working in a bookshop in Perth. He lives with his partner, also a writer, her two sons, a housebound cat and a rotund spaniel. H... Full profile

Adrian Wood

Adrian Wood

Adrian Wood graduated from Curtin University in 1995 and has worked there in various roles, including as Creative Writing tutor, from 1996 to the present. He has had work published in the university’s student writing journal, and in Westerly. Full profile

Donny Woolagoodja

Donny Woolagoodja

Donny Woolagoodja was born in 1947 at Kunmuya Mission in the far north-west of the Kimberley. While he was still a child, the community relocated to Mowanjum, just out of Derby, and well south of Worrorra homelands. As a teenager he watched the ol... Full profile

Sue Wyatt

Sue Wyatt

Sue Wyatt was born in Kalgoorlie in 1952. She studied graphic design at James Street Art School in Perth. Sue served three terms on the ATSIC Wongutha Regional Council, has worked in primary and high schools and has nursed in Laverton. Full profile