'In Time, Even an Egg Will Walk' is Hazel's humorous 1998 Monash University Graduation Address re-recorded for Speakola. 21 years later. Problem-solving, imagination and taking risks are survival skills for those wanting a creative workstyle.
Inspired by co-written 'Hijabi Girl', Larrikin Puppeteers are developing a musical to help younger children understand other cultures. But they need help creating the puppets. You can offer support here Details
Why junior novel 'Hijabi Girl'was co-written by an Australian author and a Muslim librarian, 4 years ago. Understanding other cultures leads to tolerance, not fear. Education is a better longterm solution. London Post by educator Rob Kelly
Midwife Cath podcasts with cake-eating hippo author-grandma Hazel Edwards about family fun, 'boundaries' and fantasy.
ReadHowYouWant has Hazel Edwards' books in big print and dylexia-accessible formats. Including memoir 'Not Just a Piece of Cake; Being an Author'.
'There's a Hippopotamus on our Podcast Eating Cake'. OneMorePage are enthusiastic podcasters of kidslit.
Tamil translation of Australian Hazel Edwards' 'Fake I.D.' launched by Chennai Consul-General and Cre-A Publishing.
Grandson reads advance copy of 'Ho!Ho!Ho! There's a Hippopotamus on our Roof Eating Christmas Cake' which is dedicated to him.
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Events & Appearances 2018
1st Fri each month PROV 10-1pm Masterclass: Finishing Book-Length Non Fiction.
2019 PROV Master Class starts Jan 4th
19th Monash, Clayton 6.30
29th (Friday) 11 am Society of Women Writers 'Authorpreneurship' workshop
14th 11am Literary Awards Lunch Hawthorn
21st Book Week: 12-1pm Kismet Park Primary (Sunbury)
29th YABBA Awards Camberwell Girls Grammar.
Nov 10th 2-5pm Non- Boring Writing Workshop, Hawthorn