Alison Campbell Rate

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Alison is best described as a run-away secondary school teacher turned professional writer/presenter.

Published works:
Ghost written memoir 'Whatever happened to Diana Trask‘, Melbourne Books 2010

'The Peppercorn Tree' - full length play script (

Short fiction -
‘The Heron’ - 3rd prize, the Age Short Story Competition, Jan. 08
‘Eulogy For Frank White’ – 3rd prize, My Brother Jack Literary Awards, Oct. 08
'The Open Window’ – short fiction, Wet Ink, July 08
‘Truth Takes a Holiday’ – travel memoir, Australian Traveller, Oct. 07
‘Corners’ - short fiction, Island, Oct. 05

Co-author of dvd, book and CD-ROM based resources for primary and secondary health education in Australian schools; associated articles for magazines and on-line publications (for Open Doors Counselling and Educational services Inc.

Song composer and lyricist (Christian genre) -

Books by Alison Campbell Rate