Anna Downes


Anna Downes grew up in Sheffield, UK. She studied drama at Manchester before winning a place at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and moving to London to pursue an acting career. Her acting credits include EastEnders, Casualty, Holby City, and Dalziel and Pascoe, as well as a long-running stage production of The [...]

Callum Denness


Callum Denness is a journalist and TV producer. He began his career working in the parliamentary press gallery for Fairfax media and has produced television for The Project and the ABC’s 7.30 program. A Perth native, he grew up swimming in the ocean and has had a long fascination with sharks. [...]

Georgie Dent


Georgina is a journalist, an editor, and a passionate advocate for gender equality. The former lawyer is a regular media commentator, public speaker, MC and is the contributing editor of Women’s Agenda. Titles by Georgie Dent

Glenn Dixon


Photo credit: David Whyte & Griffin Pictures A writer, musician and documentary filmmaker, Glenn Dixon taught Shakespeare for twenty years before heartbreak led him to Verona to become one of the famous ‘secretaries’ who answer thousands of letters addressed to Juliet, of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, from lovelorn people all over [...]

Ade Djajamihardja & Kate Stephens


Ade Djajamihardja has been a screen media professional for nearly thirty years, at both national and international levels. He worked for such iconic Australian programs as Countdown Revolution, The Big Gig, DAAS Kapital, The Late Show and Phoenix, and he co-produced the biggest historical epic film in Malaysia’s history: Puteri Gunung Ledang (A Legendary Love), [...]

David Dunstan


David began his working career as a graphic designer before switching to the wacky world of freelance illustration, which, all in all, he considers to have been a pretty good move. David lives in Seville in Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges. http://loopydave.com/ Titles by David Dunstan

Barry Divola


Barry Divola writes for magazines and newspapers, including Rolling Stone, the (sydney) magazine, Who and the Sydney Morning Herald. He is the author of three non-fiction books: Fanclub, Searching For Kingly Critter and The Secret Life of Backpackers. He is also co-author of three children's books: M Is For Metal, Never Mind Your P's [...]

Phil Dwyer


Phil Dwyer is one of Australia's top music industry attorneys. His interest in the Western Front was sparked more than twenty years ago while working in Paris. He made many visits to the Somme, concluding that it would be a good idea to make Australians more aware of the Western Front. Titles by Phil [...]

Helen Duffy


Helen Duffy has worked in the book publishing industry for some thirty years as an editor, publisher and writer. Titles by Helen Duffy