Working with a range of interesting clients brings its own rewards. One of them is reading Anne Summers’ body of work, which now includes On Luck, a book in the Little Books on Big Themes series from Melbourne University Press in which prominent Australians address a topic in about 10,000 words, published in pocket-sized hardback: […]
Hazel Flynn is my wife, and a wordsmith of the highest calibre. Having started out as a radio producer, Hazel has since written for just about every major newspaper and magazine in the country – either direct or through a content provider like HWW – including being on the team that started Who Weekly magazine,
Rosalind Bradley is an Australian who has worked in PR and marketing for organisations including the Fred Hollows Foundation. Ros was in London at the time of the 2005 bombings, and what she saw inspired her to approach prominent Australians to share their selections of favourite prayers and reflections. The book Mosaic is the result.