Tony Harrison, celebrity reptile enthusiast, conservationist and author of Snake Catcher: True Stories and Reptile Facts, will be on Totally Wild on Sunday 1 November at 8am, with Totally Wild presenter Pip, and Tony’s albino olive python.
In case you miss it, the program will be available online on the Totally Wild website (www.tenplay.com.au/channel-eleven/totally-wild) after it airs.
Snake Catcher: True Stories and Reptile Facts has also just come out as an ebook. Find it on Amazon at www.amazon.com.au/Snake-Catcher-Stories-Reptile-Facts-ebook/dp/B00OICBCSK/ref=zg_bs_2537643051_1.
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The seventh edition of Award Winning Australian Writing was launched by Jo Langdon, who wrote the foreword, and Chloe Brien, editor at Melbourne Books. There were readings by contributors Broede Carmody, Bronwyn Lovell and Ric Hambleton.
We had a great turnout this year, filling the workshop space at the Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas. We even sold out of the anthology. If you missed out on grabbing a copy at the launch, head to the AWAW 2014 page.
The event was proudly supported by the Small Press Network (SPN), formerly SPUNC.
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