I am an Australian author living for the last decade in Austria. I have over two dozen short story publications, some in Australia’s leading children’s literary publication—The School Magazine. One of my more recent short stories, “Shadow Town” was published in Scoop Magazine (UK) Issue 14, February 2018: Scoop Magazine. Other 2018 short stories include: “How to Catch a Rainbow” (The School Magazine, Orbit imprint, June 2018) and “Night of the Sand People” (The School Magazine, Touchdown imprint, November 2018). Many more short stories and writing projects are in the pipeline. Like most writers, my regular creative writing practice comes to fruition in a myriad of forms, including collaborative projects, such as The Sunday Writers Club.
As an author who occasionally runs workshops, I enjoy helping people experience for themselves why creative writing is sunshine for the imagination!
Why Creative Writing on the Go?
Creative Writing on the Go was born out of necessity: When I started writing in earnest in my mid-30s, I already had a career, a family, and of course, little time for writing. The more I wrote and became published the greater my desire to take things to the next level. To do so, I realised I had to overcome all sorts of obstacles and preconceptions about writing. I developed effective ways of using time and place to tap into my creative energy and write myself right out of the proverbial box!
Such is the spirit of Creative Writing on the Go—to overcome every writing challenge and perceived obstacle using one’s creative energy that arises through resolve.
By joining me in a writing workshop—whether you’re young or old, new to writing or experienced—you will take your writing to the next level!
I am a member of The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI)
Check out the Sunday Writers’ Club in Vienna. I hope to catch you there!