my writing…

2019The Statement and Dad’s final masterpiece, two 10-minute monologues shortlisted for the ARKfest short play festival.

2019Dad’s final masterpiece, 10-minute monologue shortlisted for Baggage Productions’ Madwomen Monologues.

2019: ‘The devil incarnate’, an erotic horror drabble published in the anthology Guilty Pleasures and Other Dark Delights by the Aussie small press, Things in the Well.

2019: ‘A Tale of the Ainu’, short story published in issue 14 of Midnight Echo, the magazine of the Australasian Horror Writers Association.

2019: Blog for Multiple Sclerosis Society of UK, written for my husband Grant Crocker about his journey with MS.

2018: ‘Painting with my father’, short story published in the September issue of Quadrant magazine.

2017Who’s Sorry Now?, 10-minute play shortlisted for the ARKfest Play Festival, in Melbourne, Australia, which ran over the weekend of 24 and 25 March 2018.

2016My Statement, 10-minute monologue shortlisted for Baggage Productions’ Madwomen Monologues. Though my monologue was not selected, I received terrific feedback from the organisers. 

2015Blast Off!, A Strange Noise, Careless Kenny and Whose Tooth?, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Publishing Co., Ltd, Beijing, China (pre-school titles, ESL program)

2014Let’s Celebrate!, Adapt and Survive, This is Australia and Flames and Floods, Pearson, Melbourne (primary school nonfiction titles, Pearson English Yrs 3–6)

2013Exploring Caves and After Dark, Pearson, Melbourne (primary school nonfiction titles, Pearson Bug Club series)

2012About Turn, 10-minute play shortlisted for Little Gems

2010Water in Africa, Robots, The First Successful Submarine, Favorite Food and Finding Shep, Pacific Learning, USA (primary school fiction and nonfiction)

2008–2010:  Contributed to Starship English, ESL primary program for Asian market

2008Who Are You? and Time Detectives, Oxford University Press (primary school nonfiction)

2007:  Fiction and nonfiction texts for Rigby Heinemann, Port Melbourne (middle school skills-based series, Making Connections, for EPS, USA)

2006Moving Around, Carson-Dellosa, USA (primary school nonfiction)

2005:  Fiction and nonfiction texts for Rigby Heinemann, Port Melbourne (primary school skills-based series, Making Connections, for Educational Publishing Services, USA)

2004Numbers and You, Protecting Sea Turtles, Strange Animals, Dogs at Work, Meet Jane Goodall, Welcome to Japan, The Wright Brothers, Glass and The Jackie Robinson Story, Rigby Heinemann, Port Melbourne (primary school nonfiction series for the National Geographic Society, USA). These books can be viewed on my author page and purchased at Amazon.

2003:  Various titles for Kites Series including The Special Table, Harry’s Caterpillars, The Storm, A World of Computers, Out of an Egg and Robots, Mimosa Publications, Hawthorn (lower primary school fiction and nonfiction series for the Wright Group, USA)

2003: Various titles for Zebras series including Brainy Brain, Icy Cold, Space Quest and Swimming Around the World, Nelson Thomson Learning, South Melbourne (primary school nonfiction series)

2003: The Dunera Boys, Rigby Heinemann, Port Melbourne (primary school nonfiction series for the National Museum of Australia Information about this book is available on the Trove website and also in the  Victorian Collections.

2002Planet Patrol, Horwitz Martin Education, Sydney and UK (primary school nonfiction series)

2001Earth’s Treasures, Horwitz Martin Education, Sydney and UK (primary school nonfiction series)

2001Speak Out 1 & 2 and Tracking Through Argument (with Jen Storer), Rigby, Melbourne (primary school series)

2001:  To the Rescue, Pearson Education, South Melbourne; Sundance Publishing, USA and Scholastic Canada Ltd., Canada (primary school fiction series)

2000Making Myths, Horwitz Martin Education, Sydney and UK (primary school nonfiction series)

1999Topsy Turvy (written as ‘Robyn Crocker’), Ginninderra Press, Canberra (novella about a Catholic schoolgirl in the ’60s and ’70s)

1998Everything’s All Right (written as ‘Robyn Crocker’ with Peter Curry), Ginninderra press, Canberra (collection of short stories about mental health for young adults)

1997Getting a Life (written as ‘Robyn Crocker’), Ginninderra press, Canberra (collection of short stories and poetry about women’s relationships)

1996Homesick (written as ‘Robyn Crocker’ with Olga Heiner), Ginninderra press, Canberra, (collection of short stories and poetry about family violence)

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