Kelly Gardiner

Kelly Gardiner writes historical fiction for readers of all ages. Her latest novel is 1917: Australia’s Great War, recently shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s History Awards Young People’s History Prize and the Asher Award. Kelly’s previous books include the young adult novels Act of Faith and The Sultan’s Eyes, both of which were shortlisted for […]

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Anna Gare

Anna Gare developed a passion for cooking from the time she could reach the top of the kitchen bench. She spent her teens and early twenties performing with all-girl band, the Jam Tarts, and cooked in restaurants to support her rock’n’roll lifestyle. When it came time for a change, Anna established Deluxe Catering, which became […]

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Deborah Gare

Deborah Gare is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame Australia in Fremantle. She is a leading Australian historian and a popular public speaker regarding the history of colonial Western Australia, nineteenth-century travel writing, women in Fremantle, and Australia and Empire.

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Tracey Gibbs

Tracey Gibbs is a contemporary printmaker from Perth. With roots in wildflower country in the south-west of Western Australia, her fascination with botanicals is longstanding. Raised in a resourceful and creative family, Tracey took a short art course at TAFE before completing a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design at Curtin University.

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Ray Glickman

Ray Glickman is a CEO, board director, presenter, social media commentator and author. Ray has unique Fremantle credentials having served as both the CEO of the City of Fremantle and the president of the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce. He is an award-winning business leader, and the CEO of Amana Living, one of WA’s largest and […]

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Marlish Glorie

Marlish Glorie was born in Western Australian and has juggled a number of occupations throughout her life. She has worked as a nurse, environmentalist, art dealer and all round handy woman. Since the publication of The Bookshop on Jacaranda Street she has had a second novel published – Sea Dog Hotel. Marlish Glorie is married […]

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Goldie Goldbloom

Goldie Goldbloom is the author of The Paperbark Shoe – winner of the AWP Novel Award and many other prizes, as well as a collection of short stories, You Lose These. Her work has been selected for the Best Australian Short Stories, and has been published in journals such as The Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner, […]

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Janda Gooding

Janda Gooding worked as a Curator at the Art Gallery of Western Australia from 1979 to 2005 where she curated many thematic and survey exhibitions as well as retrospectives of Australian artists A.B. Webb and Kathleen O’Connor. In 2005 she moved to Canberra to take up a position as Senior Curator of Art at the […]

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Sean Gorman

Sean Gorman has worked in the field of Indigenous history for twenty years. His honours research applied Russian formalist theory to the Murri guerilla poet Lionel Fogarty, while his PhD looked at racism in sport through the story of the Krakouer brothers. His books include Brotherboys (Allen & Unwin, 2005), which was adapted into a […]

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Jan Gothard

Jan Gothard is Associate Professor in Australian history at Murdoch University. She teaches units in Australian/Asian relations; oral history and interviewing; and Australian environmental history. Gothard has three daughters and lives in Fremantle, Western Australia. She has had a long-term interest in disability since the birth of her daughter with Down syndrome in 1992. Gothard […]

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Bruce Gray

Bruce Gray has grown tropical orchids for about 50 years and today his complex of greenhouses harbour more than 1,100 different species. To get to know the orchids in their natural habitat, Bruce has travelled widely in the world’s tropics. He has described more than 20 new species and discovered many others. He worked as […]

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Naama Grey-Smith

Naama Grey-Smith is an editor, publisher and critic based in Fremantle, Western Australia. She has edited award-winning fiction and non-fiction, writes for Australian Book Review and was among the initiators of creative journal dotdotdash. Her enduring interests are language, memory and place.

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