DW at Hunter Street by KB.jpg

'The author has that special quality which just jumps off the page. The voice is strong and the sense of place so powerful.'

James Bradley
  • Recent work

    Prose Poems from the Maritime Museum (Island 164)

    A selection of writing from Danielle's Maritime Museum of Tasmania residency has been published in Island 164. Several of the poems and prose poems are illustrated by images of textile works that were the surprise creative output of the residency.

    Cover of Island 164
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PR Don Weston Pedder beach 2.jpg Work-in-progress

In the winter of 1972, Lake Pedder drowned. A jewel of Tasmania's southwest wilderness, the lake – along with its iconic pink sand beach – was inundated as part of a hydro-electric scheme. The fight to save the lake attracted worldwide attention and gave rise to the first green political party in the world. Danielle's current project, 'Pink Sand', is a novel-in-progress exploring the human history of Lake Pedder – a place that lives on in the hearts and minds of those who were fortunate enough to see it, and those who can only imagine its beauty. (Picture credit: Don Weston)