Category Archives: Working mother

Love vs. art (or All you need is time)

Today I spoke to a group of around 200 VCE students at the Methodist Ladies College (MLC) as part of preparing them (and me) to be their Writer in Residence for a week next month. In addition to my standard … Continue reading

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Tug-of-love

It’s unusual for me to write a post two days in a row, but I started replying to the comment left by my friend Helen on yesterday’s post and realised there was more I wanted to say that a return … Continue reading

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Tips on winning prizes

The ‘Eyes on the Prize’ session at the Victorian Writers Centre mentioned in my last blog was well attended, mostly by emerging writers with manuscripts near completion. VWC director and regular judging panellist Joel Becker opened the session with some … Continue reading

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Writer and mother

When people ask how progress is going on my next book, I should show them this photo in my defence. I mean, how can I possibly get any writing done when my desk (the one on the right) is such … Continue reading

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