Ep 346 Meet Nick Place, co-author of ‘Stalin’s Wine Cellar’.

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In Episode 346 of So You Want To Be A Writer: Discover what you need to know about writing across age groups. Meet Nick Place, co-author of Stalin's Wine Cellar. It's launch day for A.L. Tait's eagerly anticipated book The Fire Star. Plus, there are 3 copies of The Good Teacher by Petronella McGovern (AWC alumna) to give away.

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Show Notes

Congratulations to A.L. Tait on the launch day for her anticipated book The Fire Star

Write across the ages – from junior fiction to young adult

 

 

 

Writer in Residence

Nick Place

Nick Place is the author of five published novels and several non-fiction books, as well as comedy and screenwriting, occasional poetry and even an original stage pantomime. He has also enjoyed a long and diverse journalistic career across all media, mostly covering sport. He lives in Melbourne, where he is an enthusiastic supporter of the single malt whisky, wine and coffee industries.

His latest book is Stalin's Wine Cellar, co-authored with John Baker. 

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