Ada Cambridge

Ada Cambridge was a Victorian novelist and diarist. The wife of a vicar, she followed her husband around various postings in country Victoria before ending up at the Holy Trinity parish in Williamstown. Her best known work `Thirty Years in Australia` deta ...

Angie Jorgen

Angie is a poet and has been writing since childhood. An Altona local, Angie began writing children's books whilst pregnant with her son and little Joe is now 5 months old with the stories originally written just for his eyes extending their reach to mar ...

Cyril E. Goode

Cyril Harry Everard Goode (1907-1982), poet and short-story writer, was born in 1907 at Grenfell, New South Wales. Goode was a pioneering farmer in the outer wheatbelt area of Western Australia before travelling to Victoria in 1932. He returned to Western ...

Dr Christopher Ringrose

After an academic career spanning the University of Cambridge, the University of Alberta, Dalhousie University, The University of North Carolina and The University of Northampton, Chris Ringrose moved to Australia in 2012. he is currently Adjunct Associat ...

Harold Edward (Hal) Porter

Hal Porter (1911-1984), author and artist, was born in Melbourne in 1911, and educated mainly at Bairnsdale in Gippsland, Victoria. After leaving school he worked for a short time as a cadet reporter, and then as a schoolmaster, at Williamstown North Prim ...

Helene Richards

Helene Richards is a freelance writer, editor and publisher. First published at the age of ten (in the Police News), she has since co-authored two non-fiction books – Bullying in the Workplace: An Occupational Hazard (HarperCollins 2002, 2nd edition HR Pu ...

Jacinta Cross is a public health midwife and a creative arts practitioner. She is passionate about reforming the policies and health systems that surround birth and death to include more community driven, holistic practices. Jacinta works with childbeari ...

James has been an avid reader and prospective writer for most of his life. Initial dabbling in prose has ultimately led James to settle within the realm of poetry. His studies in language, in particular Latin, French and German, initiated him into more fo ...

Jean Thornton

Born in England, Jean Thornton started her writing career with a script for the BBC: 'Two thousand miles up the Nile'. She was working in Sudan (then Anglo-Egyptian Sudan) at the time. She then lived in Hong Kong and Hawaii, eventually settling in Austral ...

Linda Sacco

Linda Sacco is a freelance writer, poet, author and teacher. In 2010 she began publishing The Which is Your Perfect Pet? series with titles on Dog Breeds, Cat Breeds, Birds and most recently, Designer Dogs. The series provides readers with all they ne ...