Sally Newham

IMG_1935 Sally Newham lives in a shack beside a creek, in Northern NSW, with her son Tarn and doggy companion Colin. Her first novel – a steampunkish tale that has wytches and bunyyps, dingoes and paddlesteamers in it – was one of ten to win a place in the 2010 QWC/Allen and Unwin Manuscript Development project. All her favourite stories have magic and depth in them. One of her most treasured possessions is a hand-written card from Ursula Le Guin. She recently put the finishing touches on her Honours project which is all about shapeshifters – beings that are not just human, but are/can be other species, too. Her current day-job is as a disability support worker, which she thoroughly enjoys. When she grows up, she would quite like to have wings. Or a paddlesteamer. Or a pedal-powered dirigible. This is her blog: http://whianwhiansmallthings.wordpress.com/

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