The Next Big Thing is the evolution of that event. We’ve broadened our horizons to present to you not only first time authors, but also those dedicated scribes with several books to their name. These are the names we believe should be on everyone’s lips, the authors we love, but who may have slipped under your radar. Join us to discover them before everyone else does!
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Suzanne McCourt lives in Melbourne. The Lost Child is her first novel.
Robbie Coburn lives in the small farming district of Woodstock in rural Victoria. His first full collection of poems, Rain Season, was published by Picaro Press in 2013.
Darrell Pitt began his lifelong appreciation of Victorian literature when he read the Sherlock Holmes stories as a child, quickly moving on to H.G. Wells and Jules Verne.
Spiri Tsintziras (rodneyvc)