Kirsty Murray

Kirsty Murray

Melbourne, Australia / Kirsty Murray writes fiction for children and teenagers.
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In March 2017, Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean was published in the USA by Simon and Schuster with a new cover design.

In March 2017, Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean was published in the USA by Simon and Schuster with a new cover design.

Louis David Warneke McNamara - the real Louis on whom the character Louis Flynn was based. Louis McNamara was my great-uncle. He died fighting on the Western Front in France in 1918.

Louis David Warneke McNamara - the real Louis on whom the character Louis Flynn was based. Louis McNamara was my great-uncle. He died fighting on the Western Front in France in 1918.

Death, death, death puppet from Ken Harper's Famous Punch & Judy.

Death, death, death puppet from Ken Harper's Famous Punch & Judy.

Mr Punch enjoying a coffee at Melbourne Airport.

Mr Punch enjoying a coffee at Melbourne Airport.

Ken Harper's crocodile from Punch and Judy.

Ken Harper's crocodile from Punch and Judy.

Priya Kuriyan, Kirsty Murray, Isobelle Carmody and Anita Roy and fans at the Delhi launch of Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean.

Priya Kuriyan, Kirsty Murray, Isobelle Carmody and Anita Roy and fans at the Delhi launch of Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean.

Mandy Ord, Nicki Greenberg, Kate Constable, Penni Russon and Kirsty at the Eltham launch of 'Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean'.

Mandy Ord, Nicki Greenberg, Kate Constable, Penni Russon and Kirsty at the Eltham launch of 'Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean'.

Annie Zaidi who collaborated with Mandy Ord to create the story of Anarkali.

Annie Zaidi who collaborated with Mandy Ord to create the story of Anarkali.

F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'Flappers and Philosphers' was published in 1920 and included the short story 'Bernice Bobs Her Hair'. From the mid teen years of the 20th Century, girls around the world, like the Flynn sisters, were cutting their hair.

F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'Flappers and Philosphers' was published in 1920 and included the short story 'Bernice Bobs Her Hair'. From the mid teen years of the 20th Century, girls around the world, like the Flynn sisters, were cutting their hair.