Via Herald Sun: "Nossal High School Year 11 student, Bridgette Van Diepen, a finalist in the competition to find the best book covers and book trailers designed by secondary school students, could not believe her eyes."
Isobelle Carmody has recently done an interview with David McDonald from Ebon Shores as part of the Australian Spec Fic Snapshot for 2014.
The District of Wonders website have put up a podcast reading of Isobelle Carmody's short story, Perchance to Dream, which appeared in the Dreaming Again anthology in 2008.
During Melbourne Writers Festival 2014, Isobelle Carmody took part in a talk called "Do You Remember the First Time", where she joined five other authors at The Toff in Town bar to discuss their personal 'firsts'.
At Obernewtyn.net we’re slowly directing our talents towards guiding and aiding those in their creative pursuits (whatever they may be).
Isobelle Carmody is back in Australia for 2014, and she's got a couple of Australian (and International) appearances lined up for the year already.
Great news - Isobelle's second Kingdom of the Lost book, The Cloud Road is one of the finalists in the running for the Aurealis Award for Best Children's Book of 2013!