Tug Dumbly is the pen and stage name of Geoff Forester, Nowra-born poet and performer
Hailing from Scone, Hamish Guiana is a young musician who is looking to break out in the regional music scene.
Merri-May Gill shot out of the sheep yards and onto the stage. Who knew a country kid could turn out so glamorous!
Alexandra Joel is a former editor of the Australian edition of Harper’s Bazaar and of Portfolio, Australia’s first magazine for working women.
Janie is an accomplished writer, deep strategic thinker, sought-after public speaker and consultant in high-stakes communication.
Toby’s memoir ‘Two Mums and a Dad’ covers his teenage years, growing up with a lesbian
Kate was born and raised on a property east of Scone. After completing her studies, she commenced practising as a solicitor in Scone and has done so now for over 20 years
Hilary Bell writes for stage, radio, screen and music theatre. Hilary Bell writes for stage, radio, screen and music theatre. We’re proud to have her involved in our Primary Creative Writing Workshop and our Community Storytelling
Antonia is a French/Australian architect and illustrator based in Sydney. She combines directing the multidisciplinary design practice
Janno’s artworks are quirky and eclectic, intended to sew hope, bravery, resilience, and whimsy