Ache’s Second Week

Things are not slowing down for Ache! This week Ache was officially launched at Readings Hawthorn by the wonderful Dr. Leah Kaminsky. It was a great turn-out of very old friends, new friends and people I was lucky enough to meet for the first time. A very heartfelt thank to everyone who came – I know many people travelled quite a long way and it meant so much to have you all there. 

Readings Books reviewed Ache in their newsletter and there was a also a lovely review in The Sydney Morning Herald. Ache is also Robinson’s book of the month! Hurrah!

I was interviewed on the Australian Writers’ Centre blog, talking about Ache and writing and everything in between.

I contributed to this awesome article on what Looking for Alibrandi means to me. It’s been 25 years since this powerful and beautiful book was published and I was pretty thrilled to have the opportunity to babble about how much I adore it!

I wrote an article on trauma, grief and social media for The Age. For anyone that’s interested, I’ll be chairing a panel on writing trauma at this year’s EWF and I’m also running a workshop on writing trauma at the Victorian Writers’ Centre. Details on both events can be found under the events link above. x

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *