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Hobsons Bay is a community with a deep and proud literary history, and vibrant and diverse culture of writing.

Homegrown Hobsons Bay is an innovative program to celebrate and to grow the potential and reach of, writers from Hobsons Bay. Homegrown writers are featured in this database, and their titles are clearly identified within our libraries with the Homegrown branding.

Homegrown Hobsons Bay is also about supporting up-and-coming writers. We are pleased to offer use of our library facilities for your next book launch and can assist you in the planning and promotion of your event.

If you are a published (or soon-to-published) writer with a significant connection to the City of Hobsons Bay we would love to hear from you to discuss how we can work with you further.

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Trent Roberts

Trent has written over 50 hours of television including All Saints, Packed To The Rafters, House Husbands, City Homicide, Secret Bridesmaids’ Business, Upper Middle Bogan, How To Stay Married and Little Lunch. He has also worked extensively in development ...

Vin Maskell

Vin Maskell is a widely-published writer whose has appeared in such publications as The Big Issue, The Age, The Footy Almanac, Eureka Street, and more. He is the author of one collection of stories, Jacaranda Avenue, and the co-author of the textbook Writ ...

Vivien Owens

Vivien’s love of, and interest in, writing started following her retirement when she joined a Creative Writing class at the Hobsons Bay U3A. There she became a prolific short story writer. With the support of the Creative Writing tutor, she published her ...

William Bridson Green

William Bridson Green (1940-2011) was a print and television journalist, sciptwriter and novelist. Green, who wrote some of his books under the pseudonym Jack Bridson, was also the founding co-editor of the Saturday Review (later Nation Review). He worked ...

Wilson P. Evans

Wilson Percy Evans was born in 1923 in Williamstown, where members of his family have resided since European settlement. He worked as a clerk with City of Williamstown for many years until his retirement in 1984. His first journalistic efforts were pub ...