News and Events.



Women Writing History at Eltham Library on March 14th:

Women writers share their thoughts and ideas on ‘writing the Mother’, both good and bad. The day includes: writing workshops, talks on pathways to publication, networking, and refreshments. You will have the opportunity to meet 7 published authors including: Wendy Dunn, Alex Stark, Anne Connor, Eugen Bacon, Kathryn Janet, Rebecca Jane, Kate Murdoch, Glenice Whitting, Leah Kaminsky, Eloise Faichney and Christine Bell.
If you are a fan of historical fiction writing or a budding author, this day is not to be missed.

Bookings essential:


Poetry Reading at the Sydney Poet Lounge on April 15th.


Poetry reading at  Garden Lounge on April 17th.



FALLING POMEGRANATE SEEDS by Wendy J. Dunn, published by, will be launched by Dr Carolyn Beasley, Senior Lecturer, Writing, Course Director of Writing (UG&PG), Deputy Chair, Department of Media and Communication at the Glenferrie Hotel, Hawthorn, Melbourne on 20/08/2016 at 2:00pm.

This is a free event, but to ascertain numbers for catering and room capacity, please obtain your ticket for the launch via this link:


I hope to offer a nice surprise for the first fifty ticket holders of this event.


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The Tale of Katherine of Aragon is told in a new novel.

Author explores the sorrow Katherine of Aragon would have felt as she left Spain for England


Author interviews and articles about my new novel:

Writing Falling Pomegranate Seeds. 

Wendy Dunn on what it takes to release a successful novel