Michael Earp

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Michael is a Children's and Young Adult bookseller and writer. The editor of the collection Kindred: A Queer #LoveOzYA Anthology which will be published by Walker Books Australia in June, 2019. He is also a contributor to Underdog: #LoveOzYA Short Stories which is out in March, 2019 through Black Inc.

Repped by Linda Epstein at Emerald City Literary Agency.

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We are Living On Stolen Land.
If we are to make any movement towards healing the trauma inflicted upon First Nations people (that is still being inflicted), we must first be silent and listen without preconceived ideas. This is only the beginning.

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Some incredibly brilliant and inspiring essays in here, especially for those who are in the business of writing for Children (and adults).
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“Look at the stars,” said Tim. “Don’t you ever wonder what they’re for?”
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message 1: by Karen

Karen Tyrrell Thanks Michael for friending,
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