The second season of the AFLW was a great success and was again documented on the Footy Almanac website. I wrote stories on the season opener between Carlton and Collingwood and the round 3 match between Carlton and Brisbane.
The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 was recently published and is available to buy online or from selected bookshops.
Who would have thought that Richmond would defy expectations to win the 2017 AFL grand final? Not me, but a couple of the pieces I wrote for the Footy Almanac website made it into the print edition of the Tigers’ Almanac. You can buy the book here or in bookshops.
To celebrate the inaugural AFLW season, the good people at the Footy Almanac website published a collection of match reports. My report of the Giants v. Demons match is also available online, but to read my forward, you’ll have to buy the book.
The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 is available online or in bookshops.
In a recent interview with author Tracy M. Joyce, I was able to explain a little about editing and what authors should look for in an editor.
Tracy published her first book, Altaica, in 2014 and the sequel, Asena Blessed, will be published in early 2016. Tracy’s blog is filled with book and film reviews, as well as the occasional interview.
I was recently featured in the Monthly Q&A section of the Editors Victoria newsletter. The Monthly Q&A highlights the wide variety of work that editors do. I was asked about my work over the previous month: the workload, the challenges and the parts that I love.
I was also able to give a little background about what brought me to editing. I don’t come from a traditional publishing background, but the skills I have developed over my working life have made editing a perfect fit for me.
If you want to learn a little more about me, the feature is available online.