About Glenice Whitting

Glenice Whitting is an Australian author and playwright and has published two novels. She was a hairdresser for many years before she became a mature age student and was awarded entry into the Golden Key International Honour Society for academic excellence.  Her Australian/German novel, Pickle to Pie, was short -listed for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an Unpublished Manuscript. It co-won the Ilura Press International Fiction Quest and was launched during The Age Melbourne Writers’ Festival.

Three years as an on-line editor and columnist at suite101.com resulted in an ebook Inspiring Women. Glenice’s play Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow was produced during the Fertile Ground New Play Festival. Her published works include biographies, reviews, numerous short stories and two novels. Her latest American/Australian novel, What time is it there? is published by Poesy Quill and Something Missing, is published by MadeGlobal Publishing. She completed the journey from VCE to PhD when she gained her Doctorate of Philosophy (Writing) from Swinburne University. She loves tutoring others writing their own stories in a Memoir Writing Group at Godfrey Street Community House in Benleigh. Glenice’s blog Writers and Their Journey can be found at her website, www.glenicewhitting.com