ETHEL TURNER (24 January 1872 – 8 April 1958) was an Australian novelist and children's writer, best known for the children's classic, Seven Little Australians. Born in Doncaster, England, Ethel came to Australia when she was 10.

ETHEL TURNER (24 January 1872 – 8 April 1958) was an Australian novelist and children's writer, best known for the children's classic, Seven Little Australians. Born in Doncaster, England, Ethel came to Australia when she was 10.

Wole Soyinka (January 13, 1934) Nigerian poet, writer and stagewriter and winner of the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1986.

Wole Soyinka (January 13, 1934) Nigerian poet, writer and stagewriter and winner of the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1986.

Deborah Cheetham - Aboriginal Australian operatic soprano, actor, composer and playwright

Deborah Cheetham - Aboriginal Australian operatic soprano, actor, composer and playwright

Anna McGahan in the Australian Women's Weekly 2011 - an Australian actress and playwright, who has mainly appeared in Australian television programs

Anna McGahan in the Australian Women's Weekly 2011 - an Australian actress and playwright, who has mainly appeared in Australian television programs

Dorothy Coade Hewett was an Australian writer, poet, playwright, and a member of the Communist Party of Australia. Her writings include Jeannie, Bobbin Up, What About the People!, Hidden Journey, This Old Man Comes Rolling Home and The Chapel Perilous...

Dorothy Coade Hewett was an Australian writer, poet, playwright, and a member of the Communist Party of Australia. Her writings include Jeannie, Bobbin Up, What About the People!, Hidden Journey, This Old Man Comes Rolling Home and The Chapel Perilous...

Emma Dante (Palermo, 1967) is a well-known playwright, director and actress. In 1999, in Palermo, she founded the company Sud Costa Occidentale, with which she won the Scenario 2001 prize for the show mPalermu and the Ubu prize for Italian Novelty. In 2001, she was awarded the Goffredo Fofi Lo Straniero prize as a young directing talent. In 2003, she won the Ubu prize for the best new Italian work with Carnezzeria

Emma Dante (Palermo, 1967) is a well-known playwright, director and actress. In 1999, in Palermo, she founded the company Sud Costa Occidentale, with which she won the Scenario 2001 prize for the show mPalermu and the Ubu prize for Italian Novelty. In 2001, she was awarded the Goffredo Fofi Lo Straniero prize as a young directing talent. In 2003, she won the Ubu prize for the best new Italian work with Carnezzeria

Joanna Murray-Smith, playwright.

Joanna Murray-Smith, playwright.

Andrew Bovell: as an Australian playwright I am up for the fight

Andrew Bovell: as an Australian playwright I am up for the fight

Michele Lee is an Asian-Australian playwright and author. Her plays, including Moths and Talon Salon, explore identity, race and otherness. Banana Girl: A Memoir is her first book and describes her experiences growing up Asian in Australia as the middle child in a large Hmong-Australian family. The book has been described as sexy, compelling and nuanced and delves into all aspects of Michele’s life, from family expectations to sexual adventures.

Michele Lee is an Asian-Australian playwright and author. Her plays, including Moths and Talon Salon, explore identity, race and otherness. Banana Girl: A Memoir is her first book and describes her experiences growing up Asian in Australia as the middle child in a large Hmong-Australian family. The book has been described as sexy, compelling and nuanced and delves into all aspects of Michele’s life, from family expectations to sexual adventures.


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Tom Stoppard by Lord Snowdon, 1967. One of the greatest playwrights of our times.

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Malthouse Theatre | Melbourne

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