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MEDIA

 

2018

 

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

 

LAUNCESTON-BORN AUTHOR CELEBRATES RELEASE OF DEBUT NOVEL
The Examiner, 14 January 2018

FORMER DOCTOR WRITES WELL-RECEIVED NOVEL SET IN TASMANIA
The Advocate, 16 January 2018

MUSIC NOTES AND CATHARTIC WORDS
The Post, February 2018

HER DEEPEST DESIRE
The Mercury, February 2018

CHANGING SCRIPTS
The West Australian, January 2018

 

ELSEWHERE ON THE WEB

 

NEW VOICES
For the Historical Novel Society

SHELF AWARE
For Maureen Eppen

INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR OF ‘THE SISTERS’ SONG’
For Underground Writers

HOW I GOT AN AGENT
For Lauren Keegan – Writer

HOW TO BECOME A WRITER
For Annabel Smith – Author

Q&A WITH AUTHOR LOUISE ALLAN
For Jodi Gibson, Writer and Author

INTERVIEW WITH THE SISTERS’ SONG AUTHOR
With Allison of Little Big Reads

WHERE STORIES ARE MADE
For Natasha Lester

Q&A WITH LOUISE ALLAN
For the Tasmanian Writers Centre

2, 2 AND 2: LOUISE ALLAN TALKS ABOUT THE SISTERS’ SONG
For Amanda Curtin’s blog, Looking Up, Looking Down 

MEET LOUISE ALLAN
For Nicole Melanson of WordMothers.

10 THINGS I’VE LEARNT FROM WRITING MY DEBUT NOVEL
For Allison Tait

SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT
For the Australian Women Writers’ Challenge.

BEHIND THE PEN 
For Theresa Smith

AUTHOR INTERVIEW 
For Rebecca Bowyer of Story Addict.

DEBUT MONDAYS
For Lisa Hill of ANZ Lit Lovers

 

2017

A DAY IN THE LIFE
For Jodie Gibson, Writer and Author

 

2016

THE NEXT WAVE (PART 3): AN UPDATE
For Amanda Curtin of Looking Up, Looking Down

A LETTER TO MY 12-YEAR-OLD SELF
For Jenn J McLeod’s Author Harvest.

GET INSPIRED WITH … LOUISE ALLAN
For Writing the Dream Anthology (Serenity Press)

 

2015

MAKING MEDICAL MISTAKES
First published in Medical Forum magazine, March 2015

 

2014

THE NEXT WAVE (PART 4): WA WOMEN WRITERS TO LOOK OUT FOR
For Amanda Curtin of Looking Up, Looking Down

AUTHOR INSIGHT: MEET LOUISE ALLAN
For Monique Mulligan

 

Judges’ Report from 2014 TAG Hungerford Award

 

‘Ida’s Children is an at-times heartbreaking narrative about the childless Ida who gives her love to her nieces and nephews, the often neglected and mistreated children of her troubled sister Nora. A narrative spanning several generations, this novel is simply written and contains many moments of beauty and sadness.’