Ep 357 Meet Malcolm Knox, author of ‘Bluebird’.

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In Episode 357 of So You Want To Be A Writer: Are you a morning writer? Meet Malcolm Knox, author of Bluebird. Learn how dogs are helping kids to read. Discover how to get motivated for NaNoWriMo. Plus, we have 3 copies of What Cats Want by Dr Yuki Hattori up for grabs.

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The smart Story Dogs who are helping kids to read!

7 Ways to Make Early Morning Writing a Reality

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Malcolm Knox

Malcolm Knox was born in 1966. He grew up in Sydney and studied in Sydney and Scotland. Malcolm is the former literary editor and award-winning cricket writer of the Sydney Morning Herald, where he broke the Norma Khouri story, for which he won one of his two Walkley Awards. His novels include A Private Man, winner of the Ned Kelly Award; Jamaica, which won the Colin Roderick Award; The Life; and most recently The Wonder Lover. His many non-fiction titles include Boom: The Underground History of Australia, From Gold Rush to GFC, which won the 2013 Ashurst Business Literature Prize; and Bradman's War, shortlisted in the 2013 Prime Minister's Literary Awards.

His latest novel is Bluebird, pulished by Allen & Unwin. 

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