Meet Our Authors
Renowned for her Sweet Greek produce shop, Kathy Tsaples now shares her favourite recipes learned in her mother’s kitchen, in this beautifully produced book.
Kathy’s story is inspirational. After being diagnosed with breast cancer, she quit her profession to pursue her dream of cooking and opening a shop to offer the best of authentic Greek cuisine. Thousands of Melburnians are glad she did! She is the author of two Sweet Greek cookbooks.
Helen is a passionate cook, food stylist and photographer. She discovered she was a coeliac while undergoing IVF in 2007. She quickly became fed up with having to drive ten kilometres and pay over ten dollars for a dense loaf of gluten free bread. She was determined not to let her gluten intolerance get in the way of her love of baking. She started developing gluten free recipes of her own and has built a rapidly-growing following on Instagram that currently stands at over 14,000 for the simplicity, quality and beautiful presentation of her food. She is the author of Hungry and Fussy: Easy and delicious gluten free baking for everyone.
Maxwell N. Waugh
Dr Max Waugh is a former Victorian Government in the Education Faculty at Monash University in primary school teacher, school principal, and later Melbourne. As a teenager, Max was a cadet in the lecturer in the History of Education at Deakin and Air Training Corps, North Melbourne Squadron, and Monash Universities. Currently retired, he has an completed his National Service training at the RAAF and is author of Soldier Boys and An Ungodly Generation.
Emma White grew up in country Victoria and after completing a BA in Classics at Melbourne University travelled to Canada where she spent several years teaching snowboarding and working in ski fields in North America and New Zealand. After Kev’s accident and their trip to Australia, she returned to university in Calgary and completed a BSc in Environmental Geology. She worked as a hydrogeologist for a few years at an engineering consulting company where she got to drive ice roads and drill wells in between writing hydraulic assessments. She is currently completing a PhD in Infrastructure Engineering at The University of Melbourne which she commenced after moving back to Australia with Kev. They now live in Melbourne with twins.
She is the author of Broken.
Amy Zurrer is the historian for the World Trade Centre. She completed two Bachelor's degrees and a Master's degree in Canada, before moving to Australia in 2008 to commence further postgraduate study at the University of Melbourne. After being recommended by the university, she was taken on as a full-time historian by Asset1 WTC. Her work focuses on the World Trade Centre, the Yarra River, Wharves of the World and early history of Melbourne, and she has assisted greatly in supporting the neighbouring Mission to Seafarers Centre and its role within the community.