An Australian Antarctic Literature is beginning .Since being a 2001 Antarctic expeditioner with the Australian Antarctic Division, Hazel has used the Antarctic setting in her writing for adults and children.Other Australian Antarctic expeditioner- writers & illustrators include Coral Tulloch, Jesse Blackadder, Alison Lester , Favel Parrett, John Long and David Day. Google their contributions to the new Antarctic Literature.
Recently Sisters in Crime held an Antarctic Noir evening.
Many schools are studying Antarctica in varied formats and many adults are intrigued by the mystique.
Hazel's Books With Antarctic Settings
'Antarctic Dad' picture book about parent working away for long periods. Wildlife. Illustrated by Kevin Burgemeestre.
Antarctica's Frozen Chosen, YA novel ( 13 plus) Young scientist faces eco-issues, mutiny and saying no to mates. Wildlife.
Antarctic Writer on ice, adventure memoir from 'older female'. Roles. Workstyle. pdf. Braille and audio.
Antarctic Close Up: based on telescope memorabilia from Mawson's 1911 expedtion in time jump faction for 10 year olds.
'Right or Wrong': Plays to make You Think; classroom scripts which include 'Antarctica Cool or What?' when Antarctic wildlife face a Threat. Teachers' notes also available.
Shooting Antarctica; (Kindle only ) Adult literacy mystery RA 6.5
'Healthy Women' contains interview chapter with Antarctic station leader Marilyn Boydell.
'Grandma Leaps Antarctica': DVD with Auslan signing for hearing impaired. Includes 'The Antarctic Lachieberg' & 'My Gran's Gone to Antarctica'
Reading about the history and eco-science of Antarctica inspires new adventurers.
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Events & Appearances 2017
1st Fri each month PROV 10-1pm Mentoring & Finishing Book-Length Non Fiction.
April 28th 12-1.30 pm Women Writers' launch
May 3rd 4.30-6 pm Immigration Museum "Creativity' Keynote Independent Schools Arts Learning.
May 5th 10-1pm PRO
May 20th Doncaster Library 'Thank the Storytellers' 11-4pm
May 25-31 st Darwin
June 2nd 10-1pm PRO
June 8th Watsonia Library Book Launch
June 10th (Sat) 10-1pm Wordfest Mt Waverley Library, Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir
June 17th 10-1pm Brunswick Foundling Archives: Master Class
July 7th 10-1pm PRO
August 4th 10-1pm PRO
August 8th Canberra: Chapman Primary School evening
August 12th Brunswick Foundling Archives Master Class 10-1pm
August 21st 11.30 Hume Grammar school visit
August 23rd (Weds) 11am Date with Reading Dog Ollie, Diamond Valley library, Greenborough.
August 24th 2pm Beverly Hills Primary , Doncaster
August 18-25 Chn Book Week 'Escape to Everywhere'
August 31st 1.30-3pm Chelsea Library 'Writing A Non Boring Family History'
September 1st 10-1pm PRO
September 8-10 HNSA Conference Swinburne Authorpreneurship.
September 19th YABBA
October 6th 10-1pm PRO
October 20/21 (t.b.c.) Colac ' Writing a Non Boring Family History'
November 3rd 10-1pm PRO
December 1st 10-1pm PRO