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Tag Archives: Rita Artmann
blog 107: In which I officially begin 2018.
Well 2018 has started and it’s been very exciting. (And when I say ‘started” I mean of course that it kicked off ages ago and now more than a quarter of it is already gone!) (Hi Gabriella. Look a new … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged A Very Theatre Company, Ambrose-Treacy School, Artspear Entertainment, Assisi College, Australiens, Brisbane State High, Carl Hanser, Casimir Catholic College, CBCA Notables, CBCA Short-list, Chris Thomson, Chrissie Krebs, Commonwealth Games, Derek Danger Dale Series, Die Nerwensage Meine Mutter Sir Tiffy Dre Nerd und Ich, Don't Call Me Ishmael, Don't Call Me Ishmael: The Musical, Dr Thomas Mobius, Eric Vale Series, Fin Taylor, Fraser Island, Horcompany, Joe Bauer, Kingfisher Bay Resort, Marist Ashgrove, Mt Gravatt High School, O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat, Queen of Apostles, Rita Artmann, Rodney Loses It!, Schonell Theatre, The Killage, The Pain My Mother Sir Tiffy Cyber Boy and Me, The Running Man, The Void, Tiaro, Toon Sandwich, Underground Broadway, University of Giessen, University of Qld 2 Comments
blog 98: In which I tell of some things that have happened.
DISCLAIMER: Ok from now on whenever I start a new blog, I’m not going to even mention that in the previous blog (and every blog before that) I apologized for the long time between posts, made a firm and sincere promise … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Ambrose-Treacy School, Artspear Entertainment, Ben Long, Book Links, Book Slam, Brian Falkner, Brisbane State High, Caloundra, Carl Hanser, CBCA Notables, Children's Books Daily, Chris Bongers, Dr Ute Mihr, dtv, Emmaus College Jimboomba, Eric Vale, Joe Bauer, Marist Ashgrove, Megan Daley, Mt Gravatt High School, Ready Steady Hatch, Rita Artmann, Romancing the Stars, Scholastic Australia, Shooting Stars, St Aloysius College, The Pain My Mother Sir Tiffy Cyber Boy and Me, The Stars at Oktober Bend, The Void, Toon Sandwich, Trish Buckley, WAYRBA Awards Leave a comment
blog 93: In which I play catch-up yet again.
It’s been quite a busy few months since the last update, so very briefly here are some things that happened. We had a great launch for The Pain, My Mother, Sir Tiffy Cyber Boy and Me at Riverbend Books in Brisbane. A huge … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Artspear Entertainment, Australiens, Bath, Brisbane Writers Festival, Chris Bongers, Highclere Castle, Joe Bauer, Melbourne Writers Festival., Midnight Releasing, Monster Pictures, Oxford, Productivity Commission, Provence, Rita Artmann, St Mark's Anglican Community School, Stratford, The Pain My Mother Sir Tiffy Cyber Boy and Me, Twickenham, Wilderness Society 2 Comments
blog 75: In which I say a brief and belated goodbye to the last two months of 2014.
My brief recap on November and December: I had my last school visit for the year talking to the Year 9s at Mt Gravatt High who had studied Don’t Call Me Ishmael. Great kids, great school. I managed to break our duster … Continue reading
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blog 66: In which I take part in a BLOG HOP.
My friend and super-talented Brisbane-based poet, critic and editor Zenobia Frost has invited me to take part in a blog hop. It goes like this: I ask myself the following four questions, answer them and then pass the baton on to three fellow writers to … Continue reading
blog 49: In which I tell the tale of Eric Vale.
Ever wondered about the story behind the inspiration, creation and development of the ERIC VALE series? No? Well bad luck, because that’s what this blog is going to be all about! Strangely enough, the whole Eric Vale series owes its … Continue reading
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