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Debut Mondays

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Readers are spoilt for choice: bookshops are overflowing with the great, the good (and the rest), and it could not be harder to choose what to read next.

Every fortnight, let DEBUT MONDAYS be your guide. Come and have a glass of wine and discover the best new writers around.

Our readers this week are:

Jeremy Chambers, The Vintage & The Gleaning

Maryrose Cuskelly, Original Skin

Andee Jones, Kissing Frogs

Leanne Hall, This is Shyness

Featuring

Maryrose Cuskelly

Maryrose Cuskelly is a freelance writer and editor. She has had essays and articles published in a range of magazines, journals, and newspapers, including The Age, The Australian, Family Circle, WellBeing, Melbourne Bride, The Big Issue, The Melbourne Times, Lowdown, RealTime, and the University of ... Read more

Jeremy Chambers

Jeremy Chambers studied at the University of Melbourne, completing majors in Philosophy and English. He has also undertaken studies with the Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis. He has worked as a furniture removalist, a newspaper distributor and a hardware salesman and trained as an amateur boxer.... Read more

Andee Jones

Andee Jones is a Melbourne-based psychologist, writer and former academic. Her first memoir, Kissing Frogs (Finch Publishing), is being adapted for the stage by AFI-award-winning actor Annie Byron. Andee is currently working on a second memoir, Barking Mad: Too much therapy is never enough. ... Read more

Leanne Hall

Leanne Hall is an author of young adult and children’s fiction. Her debut novel, This Is Shyness, won the 2009 Text Prize for Children’s and Young Adult Writing, and was followed by a sequel, Queen of the Night. Her novel for younger readers, Iris and the Tiger, won the Patricia Wrightso... Read more

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