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I love to hear from readers and try to answer all their emails. If I haven’t answered within two weeks, feel free to resend, but please be patient until then.

Please check the links in this website for questions you want answered.

If you are a teacher and want each student in your class to write to me, I will answer with a letter to the whole class. Please check with me before setting assignments requiring individual answers from me. Encourage your students to follow the links in each book’s page as well as my bio and the different videos.

Please give me two weeks’ notice if you want to interview me or send me a questionnaire.

The National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature holds my manuscript papers. For a guide on their research materials on my work: http://www.canberra.edu.au/national-centre-for-australian-childrens-literature/research-files/guides/docs/wendy-orr-guide

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Literary Agents

Debbie Golvan
Golvan Arts Management
www.golvanarts.com.au
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For Speaking Engagements and Personal Appearances:

For Skype or Video Talks: contact me directly. For schools using one of my books for One School One Book, I am happy to offer a free Skype talk if time differences allow.

Otherwise I charge standard Australian Society of Authors rates.

For Conferences, Festivals, School Visits and other performances, contact me directly or through one of the agencies below.

Creative Net:
http://www.fordstreetpublishing.com/cnet

Booked Out Speakers Agency
PO Box 580
South Yarra VIC 3141
phone: (03) 9824 0177
bookings@bookedout.com.au
www.bookedout.com.au

Speakers Ink (Queensland)
info@speakersink.com.au
Tel: 1300 979 464
www.speakers-ink.com.au

Wendy Orr is a Canadian-born Australian writer. Her books for children and adults have been published in 27 countries and won awards around the world. Nim’s Island and Nim at Sea have also become feature films, starring Jodie Foster and Abigail Breslin (Nim’s Island) and Bindi Irwin (Return to Nim’s Island.) Her latest book is Dragonfly Song, a novel in free verse and prose of an outcast girl who becomes a bull-leaper in Bronze Age Crete. Read full bio