Robert van Koesveld

Robert van Koesveld set aside a successful career in psychotherapy to focus on the delights of travel and photography. Before graduating, Robert had hitchhiked around Australia and canoed down the Sepik River in pre-independent Papua New Guinea. He has since explored Bhutan, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, India, Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Cuba and Europe.

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Julienne van Loon

Julienne van Loon is the author of three novels and one non-fiction book, The Thinking Woman (NewSouth, 2019). Her novels include Road Story, winner of The Australian/Vogel Literary Award, and two other critically acclaimed works: Beneath the Bloodwood Tree, and Harmless. Her short stories and essays have appeared in The Monthly, Best Australian Stories, and […]

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Ellen van Neerven

Ellen van Neerven is a Yugambeh writer from South East Queensland who now lives in Melbourne. They are the author of the poetry volume Comfort Food (UQP, 2016) and the fiction collection Heat and Light (UQP, 2014), which won numerous awards, including the 2013 David Unaipon Award, the 2015 Dobbie Award and the 2016 NSW […]

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Anna Vitenbergs

Anna was born in Scotland and came to live in the Pilbara where her father was a wharfinger in the 1960s. For some years she and her husband lived abroad and interstate, but they settled in Dampier in the 1980s.

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