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Eliza Henry Jones
Eliza Henry-Jones is the author of Ache and In the Quiet, which was shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards and the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction and longlisted for the ABIA and Indie Book Awards. Her latest book, P is for Pearl, is her first novel for young adults. Eliza has qualifications in psychology, English and grief, loss and trauma counselling. Her non-fiction on grief, trauma and mental health has appeared in places such as The Guardian, The Age, Daily Life and The Big Issue. Eliza worked for years in the Alcohol and Other Drug sector as a case manager and as a facilitator of equine assisted therapeutic groups for children impacted by parental substance abuse. She herself has also been impacted by parental substance abuse and mental illness. She lives on a small farm in the Yarra Valley.
Brad is a Satellite Foundation ambassador. Also a beyondblue ambassador, Brad is passionate about continuing the vital communication surrounding mental health. A sports journalist and tv and radio presenter for more than 25 years, Brad loves meeting people, hearing their stories and telling their stories. As he often says, “everyone has a story to tell, you just have to find out what it is”. His three greatest loves are family, the Carlton Football Club, and cooking.
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