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Meg McKinlay

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Meg McKinlay is a children’s writer and poet. She has published seventeen books for children, ranging from picture books through to young adult novels, and a collection of poetry for adults. Her children’s writing has won the Prime Minister’s Literary Award, the Queensland Literary Award, the Davitt Award for Crimewriting and the Aurealis Award for Speculative Fiction. Her latest titles are the middle-grade novel Catch a Falling Star and picture book Let Me Sleep, Sheep!, both published in 2019.

Meg lives near the ocean in Fremantle and spends as much time as possible spinning stories and far too much time letting a small dog in and out of doors.

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Join Rosemary Stevens for everything you need to know about memoir writing at Story Lounge. Book Online
A collage of five writers. From left to right we have Taonga, Nadia, Vuma, Lobna, Sun-Mi and Baran
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Emerging writers share words from their work on dreams, memory and the places where they overlap. Book Online
An illustration of books, cups of cofee, a clock, a candle, and a lamp floating in a light sage green background
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Do you struggle to carve out distraction free writing time? Are you looking for a safe group environment to work on your writing? Would you like to meet other writers in your community? Then this group is for you! Book Online
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Please join us for a special conversation with emerging and mid-career First Nations creatives to celebrate the theme of ‘Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!’ for NAIDOC Week. Featuring performer… Book Online
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