Sisters in Crime
Congratulations to Year 9 student, Natasha Nette, who recently earned the Affirm Press Award for Best Young Writer, in the Sisters in Crime Scarlet Stiletto Awards.
Natasha’s submission, Signs of Life, a story told through the ghostly eyes of a young mother, was judged in the under-19yo category. Natasha says that she has more ideas for stories than she has time to write them down – so we look forward to reading more of her works in the future!
The coveted Stiletto Awards (now in their 27th year) are conducted by Sisters in Crime Australia, an organisation that champions Australian female writers.
Affirm Press is an independent Melbourne-based publisher dedicated to publishing great Australian stories, big ideas, and the most engaging local and international authors. The company’s aim is to influence by delight, based on a strong belief that the books we read shape the people we want to be. Affirm Press were proud to sponsor the award for Best Young Writer (under 19 years of age) at this year’s 27th Scarlet Stiletto Awards.