Danielle Wood is a versatile wordsmith who writes fiction and non-fiction for adults and children. Under her own name she has published books including The Alphabet of Light and Dark, Mothers Grimm and Housewife Superstar: the very best of Marjorie Bligh. As Angelica Banks (a pen name shared with Heather Rose), she authored the Tuesday McGillycuddy adventure trilogy for children. Under the pen name Minnie Darke, she has written the internationally acclaimed novels Star-crossed and The Lost Love Song. She is presently one of the writers in residence at the Maritime Museum of Tasmania and teaches writing at UTAS.
You can follow Danielle at these Festival sessions:
- Writing Residencies, with Kate Gordon and Annalise Rees
- LUME, with Kate Gordon, at the Tasmanian Maritime Museum
- Karen Brooks and Danielle Wood in conversation
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