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We're celebrating YA in May with an Australian YA Panel event on Tuesday 4 May featuring Gabrielle Tozer, Gabriel Bergmoser and Clayton Zane Comber. 
 

They will be talking about their latest work, all things Young Adult fiction and answering your questions live! RSVP for the free event now. Read on to find out a little more about our Aussie YA authors ahead of the event and dive in to FREE EXTRACTS of each book! 


 

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Clayton Zane Comber

Clayton Zane Comber is a writer from the South Coast of NSW who has held many varied roles, which eventuated in him opening Bouquiniste Bookstore Cafe Wine Bar, where he is the licensee, book curator, occasional DJ and head dishwasher. His YA novel, 100 Remarkable Feats of Xander Maze hits shelves next month.
 

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Gabriel Bergmoser

Gabriel Bergmoser is an award-winning Melbourne-based author and playwright. His latest YA novel, The True Colour of a Little White Lie, has been optioned by Melbourne-based production company, Pirate Size Productions.
 

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Gabrielle Tozer

Gabrielle Tozer is an award-winning author and freelance writer based in regional New South Wales. She has published six books, including YA novels Can’t Say It Went To Plan, Remind Me How This Ends, Faking It and The Intern.


RSVP for our free Australian YA Panel event on Tuesday 4 May.

100 Remarkable Feats of...
Clayton Zane Comber
$19.99
  
The True Colour of a Little...
Gabriel Bergmoser
$19.99
  
Can't Say it Went to Plan
Gabrielle Tozer
$19.99
  

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