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Listen to Di on ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler and Sarah Kanowski here.

 

Watch Di on Today here.

Listen to Di on Evenings on Radio FiveAA below.

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Watch Di on The Morning Show here.

Listen to Di with Alan Jones on The Alan Jones Breakfast Show here and below.

Listen to Di as she returns home on Late Night Live here.

Di Morrissey made Member of the Order of Australia

Read more here and here.

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Watch Di on News Breakfast with Virginia Trioli and Michael Rowland here:

Watch Di on Studio 10 here and below:

Listen to Di on ABC South Australia Statewide Evenings with Peter Goers [1:34:00 – 1:54:15] here.

Listen to Di on ABC Radio Melbourne The Conversation Hour with Jon Faine here.

Listen to Di on The Alan Jones Breakfast Show on 2GB here.

Listen to Di on the 2RE Brekky Show with Anthony Zanos here:

Listen to Di on the So You Want to be a Writer podcast from the Australian Writers’ Centre here:

Greenpeace

Di Morrissey speaks with Greenpeace Australia Pacific about why our Government is trying to silence those who speak out to protect the planet. Her answer – we all have a voice, speak up! anti herpes. To read her op-ed on the subject, please click here.

Listen to Di chat with Anthony Zanos on 2RE about her new video for Greenpeace Australia Pacific below.

ABIA Hall of Fame

Di Morrissey was inducted into the ABIA Hall of Fame at a ceremony on 25 May in Sydney.

Morrissey was presented with the Lloyd O’Neil Award for service to the Australian book industry. Morrissey is the author of 24 novels and three children’s books, selling more than three million copies in her 25-year career.

Other authors who have received the Lloyd O’Neil award include Peter Carey, John Marsden, Margaret Fulton and Bryce Courtenay. Author Tom Keneally, who received the award in 1995, presented the award to Morrissey.

‘Di Morrissey, an old neighbour of mine, has not only distinguished herself through writing novels loved by hundreds of thousands of Australians but—let us not forget—made possible the publication of many books that may not have otherwise have appeared without her contribution to the Australian book industry,’ said Keneally.

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