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My name is Paula (Sundew) Morrow and I am a fiction and sustainability writer. The Sydney Morning Herald called me an Eco-Writer.

I have always been passionately interested in social justice and the environment. A critic of society, interested in and experimenting with everything alternative. I went on a 15 month overland trip back-packing from Colombo to London, long before it was heard of or made popular, leaving home at 19. The joy of Greece where I felt for the first time, that people knew a bit about how to live! Working for the BBC in London. Home to Australia after 3 years to: single parenthood, and the anti-Vietnam War protest movement, the NSW coordinating arm of which I was voted on to at the age of 24. Natural Medicine qualifications in Acupuncture, Herbalism, Naturopathy and Clinical Nutrition came next. Then the commune movement, the ecology movement. This was followed by my first novel, Life in Time,  with a slight speculative device around meditation, but close enough to scientific reality to be feasible. A degree in philosophy. The novel Darwin’s Dilemma: the damage done and the battle for the forests: philosophical/eco fiction with the immediacy, the aliveness of documenting the young people trying to save the forests in Tasmania by sleeping on platforms high up in the trees, blocking the logging. Combined with something important that Charles Darwin might have said…..

Contact me at: tomorrowtrading@hotmail.com




Posted December 3, 2010 by paulamorrow

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