About Aurora South

I am a resident of Sydney’s fringe in New South Wales, Australia –  the area colloquially known as the ‘inner west’. I’ve been a wordsmith and keeper of stories since I can remember, starting my first diary at the age of eleven.

In 2012, I began publishing to a wider audience.

My early career as a chef led to many adventures worth writing about, such as meeting Sir Elton John and catering for an intimate wedding beside a river with no electricity or vehicle access.

I chose the name Aurora South for my blog as a nod to the southern lights of Australia and New Zealand, Aurora Australis. It also references the Southern Aurora, an overnight express train; a name I remember from my childhood. Its launch brought the cities of Melbourne and Sydney closer together.

I am a member of the NSW Writers Centre where I attend the Open Genre Writing Group, a contributor to Writer’s Edit, Newswrite and Dragonfiles magazines, and the 12 Short Stories Writing Challenge. I have also been published in the international literary journal When Women Waken and the South Coast Writers Centre blog.

 

Zita_Fogarty

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One thought on “About Aurora South

  1. Hi Zita, Just wanted to congratulate you on your wonderful writing and, if you had anything to do with it, for supporting mine. Hope you and Nick and well.
    Best wishes
    Anne Vince
    PS have to send this via here as I don’t have an email address – so apologies!

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