I have two books coming out in May that night appear at odds with each other. Here’s why they aren’t.
Wellington LitCrawl is different from any other reader & writer event I’ve ever attended before. In venues spread throughout the city, writers participate in quick-fire events for a traveling audience who are excited to learn about the hidden workings of our brains. The festival encompasses two key components – […]
In December I had a fantastic conversation with Andrew Chamberlain at the Creative Writer’s Toolkit podcast. We spoke about the challenges writers with disabilities face, how writers can accurately present characters with disabilities, and how I built my writing career. Andrew was a lovely host, and I really enjoyed this […]
Join me at Wellington’s LitCrawl to talk about killing characters, self publishing, and disability in writing.
It was an honour to attend the NZ Women Of Influence gala dinner on Tuesday as a finalist, and have my suffrage essay published on The Big Idea.