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A new world to explore from the author of the bestselling Black Magician trilogy.
Trudi Canavan is an Australian writer of fantasy novels, best known for her best-selling fantasy trilogies The Black Magician and Age of the Five. While establishing her writing career, she worked as a graphic designer. She completed her third trilogy, The Traitor Spy trilogy, in August 2012 with The Traitor Queen. Subsequently, Canavan has written a series called Millennium's Rule, with a completely new setting consisting of multiple worlds which characters can cross between. Though originally planned as a trilogy, a fourth and final book in the Millennium's Rule series was published. Grant Cartwright is an award-winning actor who has performed extensively in Australia with the Melbourne Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company, Malthouse Theatre, La Mama Theatre and many others. A 2005 graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, Grant returned from New York where he performed with the Manhattan Repertory Theatre and the 45th Street Theater. He frequently lends his voice to many international film productions for English Language dubbing, and among his screen credits is the HBO mini-series The Pacific. Hannah’s one-woman show My Name is Rachel Corrie was nominated for both the Adelaide Critics’ Circle and Green Room Awards 2010, and won the Adelaide Theatre Guild’s ‘Curtain Call’ Award for Best Female Performance in 2010. In 2009 she was awarded Best Theatre Performance for her role in After the End. Her theatre credits include: Actors at Work (Bell Shakespeare), Goodbye Ruby Tuesday (Melbourne International Comedy Festival), The Red and the Black (Stork Theatre), Been So Long (Adelaide Fringe 2006), Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Richard III, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Australian Shakespeare Company). 2012 saw Hannah starting the year touring Australia in David Williamson’s Let the Sunshine.