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Oz Comic-Con Melbourne is on July 1-2, 2017 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
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Sunday, July 2 • 17:00 - 18:00
Shelf Awareness: An Author's Life

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Isobelle Carmody

Fantasy Author
Isobelle Carmody is one of Australia's most highly acclaimed authors of fantasy. At fourteen, she began Obernewtyn, the first book in her much-loved Obernewtyn Chronicles, and has since written many works in this genre. Her novel The Gatheringwas joint winner of the 1993 Children's Literature Peace Prize and the 1994 CBCA Book of the Year Award... Read More →
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C. S. Pacat

Fantasy Author
C.S. Pacat is the author of the best-selling "Captive Prince" trilogy. Born in Australia and educated at the University of Melbourne, she has since lived in a number of cities, including Tokyo, where she lived for five years, and Perugia where she studied at Perugia University. S... Read More →
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Marianne de Pierres

Fantasy Author
Marianne de Pierres is the author of the popular “Parrish Plessis” triology and the award-winning “Sentients of Orion” and “Peacemaker” series. The “Parrish Plessis” series has been translated into many languages and adapted into a role-playing game, while the “Peacemaker” series is being adapted into a novel adventure game. Marianne has also authored... Read More →
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Justin Woolley

Comic Author
Justin Woolley has been writing stories since he could first scrawl with a crayon. When he was six years old he wrote his first book, a 300-word pirate epic in unreadable handwriting called 'The Ghost Ship'. He promptly declared that he was now an author and didn't need to go to school. Despite being informed that this was, in fact, not the case, he continued to make things up and write them... Read More →

Sunday July 2, 2017 17:00 - 18:00
3. Stage 3