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On tour: Peadar Ó Guilin

16 January 2017
Peadar Ó Guilin (pronounced ‘Padder Oh Gilleen’, according to the author) is an Irish writer, playwright and former stand-up comedian. His latest YA book The Call (David Fickling) is a teenage survival...

On tour: Rainbow Rowell 

5 July 2016
Rainbow Rowell’s YA novels include Eleanor and Park (Orion), Fangirl and Carry On (both Macmillan). She is travelling to the Melbourne Writers Festival in August What would you put on...

On tour: Tamora Pierce 

2 June 2016
US author Tamora Pierce has written a number of YA series, including ‘The Song of the Lioness’ and the ‘Circle of Magic’. She will be travelling to Australia for the...

On tour: Michael Grant

author Michael Grant 5 May 2016
Michael Grant’s latest book is Front Lines (HGE). He is travelling to the Sydney Writers’ Festival and Brisbane in May What would you put on a shelf-talker for your latest...

On tour: Liz Pichon

Liz Pichon author photo 6 April 2016
UK writer and illustrator Liz Pichon is the author of the ‘Tom Gates’ books for young readers, including the forthcoming Super Good Skills (Almost) (Scholastic, June). Pichon will visit the...

On tour: Jon Klassen

jon klassen author photo 3 March 2016
Canadian author Jon Klassen’s We Found a Hat, the third book in his picture-book trilogy (Candlewick Press) that includes I Want My Hat Back and This is Not My Hat,...

On tour: Lucy Cousins

Lucy Cousins 4 February 2016
English writer and illustrator Lucy Cousins is the creator of the ‘Maisy’ books. She will be travelling to the Perth Writers Festival and Adelaide Writers’ Week in February/March and appearing...

On tour: Katherine Rundell

Katherine Rundell 4 February 2016
Katherine Rundell is the author of children’s books The Wolf Wilder (Bloomsbury) and Rooftoppers (Faber). She will be appearing at the Perth Writers Festival in February. What would you put...