Journey of a Groningen Girl
2018, May 5th A Token for Perry Launced Sydney, 371 Gallery Launched by Libby Hathorn
2013-1917, Writing new novel, A Token for Perry
2013, Script 'Anneke' for Tropfest
2013, Writing Workshop for Talented and Gifted students Redhead Public School, whole day workshop
2012, May, Newcastle Art Space, Building Bridges with Bali, Opened this exhibition with poetry performance from the Sky Is My Religion accompanied by Balinese Dancer
2012 Poetry Performances with Balinese music and dancers Lass O' Gowrie, Newcastle
2012 Poetry Performances with Balinese music and dancers, Opening of the Gallery on Beaumont Street Hamilton, Newcastle
2012, October 4th, Launch of The Sky Is My Religion at the Dewangga Gallery, in Dancing Under The Sky. Opening with live poetry performances in the gallery with Balinese orchestra and 15 dancers. 5-9th October, twice daily poetry performances with dancers and musicians. Supported by the Ubud International Writers Festival.
2011, October, Launch of The Lost Sister of Groningen at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, Ubud, Bali
2011, Launch of The Lost Sister of Groningen, April, Tap Gallery, Sydney
2011 The Class of 1895, Commissioned to write this play for the 150th anniversary of Stockton Public School, Newcastle NSW
2010 The Lost Sister of Groningen Blurb.com
A Voice by the Sea-A volume of poems Blurb.com
2009 Book of Poems
2008 -Two month writing trip to Florence and Germany to work on Lost Sister of Groningen.
2007-Three month writing trip, self funded to stay and write as a resident in the city of Groningen, Netherlands
2005 Jack and Lily, self published. A book of short stories based on Australian men and women who had diverse human experiences during the World Wars, told through the eyes of several families in Australia, paintings and illustrations by Malcolm Jones.
2004 A 2 week research trip, to the Netherlands, for the Lost Sister of Groningen with Anneke.
2002 Unpublished. A set of four children’s books based on the history of Stockton and Newcastle, illustrated by Nell Jones
1999 The Big Fumbled Find. A family history book, self published.
1991 Slick Slap Stick- A Circus play supported by Disadvantaged Schools Program funding. Performed at the Adelaide Arts Festival at the Adelaide Festival Theatre. A segment performed for the Channel 7 Good Morning Show.
1990 No Boy Is Bad Written with students and supported with Australia Council Funding. The piece was the story of the origins of Boys Town in Australia. It was performed at Shop Front Theatre, Sydney for the Golden Jubilee Year of Boys Town.
1988 Stop Staring at Us A project co-written with students investigating gangs and violence in Sydney, supported by NSW Arts Council Funding.
Performed at the Sunbury Youth Festival Victoria, Boys Town, and toured for 2 weeks in Victorian Schools. Segments performed live on 2GB Radio Sydney.
1985 Received a twelve month Literature Grant from the Australia Council to work with Gordon Dryland on a Master Writers Grant.
1986 Kathleen Mc Conroy included Dead Man's Alley in her theses on Australian Literature for Sydney University.
1985 The Blind Forty, a play set in the Great Depression on the banks of the Torrens River in Adelaide, directed by Mark Ferguson, performed at the Seymour Centre, Everest Theatre and Chippendale Studios with Australian Theatre For Young People
1983 Dead Mans Alley, a play in one act about homeless men in Melbourne, directed by Jane Westbrook, performed at the Nimrod Theatre Upstairs with Australian Theatre For Young People.
Last updated by Nell Jones Jul 22.