Suzanne Hawley

Suzanne Hawley is an experienced writer, having written a feature film, many works for television, several plays and a novel. Her feature film Wendy Cracked A Walnut received two AFI nominations, and the miniseries Bodysurfer was the winner of the AFI for Best Screenplay in 1989 and a finalist in the 33rd Annual Film and Television Awards, New York. Suzanne’s miniseries Ring of Scorpio was also nominated for Best Miniseries at the AFI Awards.

Her TV credits include Headland, All Saints, Something In The Air, Heartbreak High and A Country Practice. Her play Mummy loves you Betty Ann Jewel has been performed in most Australian states and was published by Currency Press. Another play, Concrete Palaces, won a Sydney Theatre Company award.

Suzanne wrote the darkly humorous novel Alison Says (published by Random House March 2005), and is in the process of writing the screenplay adaptation of it for producer Daniel Scharf funded by Film Vic.

A NIGHT ON THE TILES by Suzanne Hawley

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