Dianne Wolfer

Dianne Wolfer lives in Albany, WA and is the proud author of 23 books for teenagers and younger readers, with more titles in production. Her books span genres and have been awarded the WA Premier’s Award, the WA Young Readers Book Award, a Speech Pathology Award and a CBCA Honour Book. Her works have been shortlisted for many other awards and have also been adapted for stage. Dianne has lived in several countries and loves exploring stories from multiple perspectives. Her books reflect a love of travel, adventure and animals, and have been translated into several languages. Dianne completed PhD research into anthropomorphism in children’s literature, which led to two titles and the website www.animalswhotalk.com. She was the WA Advisor for SCBWI from 2006 to 2012 and now serves as Remote Regions Coordinator. Dianne is a bookworm who can’t imagine a day without reading. For more information, visit her website www.diannewolfer.com