Tag: Sue Bursztynski

Women’s History Month guest, Sue Bursztynski

Some writers aren’t known internationally, but are very much loved inside their own region. Sue is one of these. She’s a much-loved writer of SF and work for school age children. It’s my fault this post isn’t on the birthday of her subject… this March is so impossible that I tangle dates. Gillian Caroline Herschel, …

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Sue Bursztynski – Women’s History Month

I’d only sold one story, a shirt, humorous fantasy tale, to Family Circle, via its annual competition, when I sold my first book. I was at Richmond Girls Secondary College when this began. My previous school, Flemington Secondary College, had been closed down by the new Tory government, so that they could sell it to …

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