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Set your heart beating and pulse racing with this month’s focus on romance writing. With tales of gently-unfurling love, smouldering bodice rippers or bittersweet might-have-beens, these stories could be the sensual awakening or romantic indulgence you’ve been yearning for.

Featuring

Daniel de Lorne

Daniel de Lorne writes dark tales of ruin, romance and redemption. He holds an Honours degree for his creative writing work on vampires, just one headstone in his lifelong fascination with the macabre and gothic. His first published novel ... Read more

Oliver Reeson

Oliver Reeson is an essayist and screenwriter. They are currently one of the recipients of the Next Chapter Fellowship, and mentored by Maria Tumarkin. Their work has appeared in publications such as Overland, Meanjin, Autostraddle, Literary Hub, and The Saturday Paper. In 2018 they co-created and w... Read more

Suneeti Rekhari

Suneeti Rekhari writes romance novels for her mostly swooning teenage self. After completing her PhD in Sydney, she moved to Melbourne where she works at a university and lives with her Sunshine family. Her first novel, The Lost Souls Dating Agency was published in 2015 by Escape Publishing. She is ... Read more

Sunni Overend

Sunni Overend is a graphic design grad, and the daughter of the late, award-winning children’s author Jenni Overend. She worked briefly in creative advertising before building an online fashion store, concurrently writing two women’s fiction manuscripts. In 2013 she sold her online store... Read more

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