Writing Podcast Episode 514: Meet Bronwyn Hall, author of Gone to Ground.

Meet Bronwyn Hall, author of Gone to Ground. And discover the Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue! And win Back On Country: Welcome to Our Country by Adam Goodes and Ellie Laing, illustrated by David Hardy.

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Writer in residence: Bronwyn Hall

Bronwyn Hall is the author of the thriller Gone To Ground, although she never intended on being a writer. Her career has been spent working in health and community services, spanning aged care, disability and mental health. She has a bachelor's degree in English Literature (and Psychology-for the day job) and she comes from a family of passionate readers. Born and bred in Australia, Bronwyn has a love for new cultures and environments, having lived for several years in both Papua New Guinea and Brazil. She is deeply intrigued by the extraordinary breadth of qualities that make up the complex creatures called humans – not least, their quiet conquering of adversity. Bronwyn lives and writes on Wurundjeri land in Melbourne, Australia.

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