tickle the imagination is an online magazine celebrating the handmade and creative community in Australia. tickle the imagination aims to inspire creativity,
showcasing talented designers & makers, discovering emerging talent
and sharing real-life stories and diy projects. Be inspired by gorgeous images, take a peek into the
lives of designers and makers and discover ways to include creativity
& handmade into your everyday living. Click on the logo for my articles.
MAEVE Magazine is a quarterly online publication aimed at the conscious
consumer. MAEVE targets 30-40 something’s + some 20 something’s too…
women… grown ups… parents… people who want more from their media. MAEVE
is an observatory on human kind, incorporating a plethora of ideas and
inspiration to bring life to your life and your family. See my feature articles by clicking the above logo.
HerCanberra is a website for women of the Canberra region. Featuring the voices of local writers, the website posts daily about topics of interest to the Capital’s female population. From ‘what’s on’ to reviews of places to eat; social commentary to health and fitness; beauty and nutrition to books and movies; fashion and motherhood to recipes and home style; if it’s part of ‘her’ life you’ll find it on HerCanberra. See my reviews and articles for the site by clicking on the logo.
Books is your destination for books. The site's primary focus is to
become Australia's leading online destination for book lovers. I wrote
almost 150 articles and reviews for the Boomerang Books Blog. See my
contributions by clicking on the logo.
Australian Women Online is a virtual magazine for women aged 25+. Tania is delighted to be contributing to the site as Parenting and Family Matters columnist, features writer, book reviewer and Book Club host. Click on the logo above for my reviews, columns and articles.
City Weekend is a reader fuelled, jam-packed listings mag with snappy and timely news items and events in Beijing. I wrote countless blogs and columns as Family Matters Colunist, as well as several feature articles and reportage. Click on the logo for a complete list on online and print contributions.
Little Star is a schools/edcation bi-monthly publication run by the talented Xing Yangjian, who has launched his magazine in both Beijing and Shanghai. I contributed several articles to the magazine in 2008. Click the logo to see a complete list.
I spent six month as Kids Editor for Time Out magazine in Beijing. I wrote the monthly Preview and also compiled comprehensive events listings for parents and kids. Click the logo to see a complete list of Previews for Time Out.
beijingkids is a very popular magazine for parents and kids in Beijing. I worked as Contributing Editor for almost 18 months, designing, writing, creating and styling feature articles, as well as travel, Family Favorites and more. Click the logo for a month-by-month listing.
Article for SCIS Connections magazine, on multicultural books for children
Article on Emotional Literacy in the Canberra Times and Sydney Morning Herald
Feature Article in ACT Write magazine--You're Publishing! Now for the hard part...
Article on Self-Publishing, Urban Family Magazine (That's Shanghai), China
Buzz Words article with Hazel Edwards
Writing for the National Library of Australia, Buzz Words Magazine
*just a small handful
Click the logo for my contributions to this travel website.
Baby's Name - A Label for Life
Article for Parents magazine, Australia (April/May 1997)
Boys Will Be Boys
Article for Dolly Magazine, Australia (1988)