The 2005 E Tuhi! Get Writing! Awards for M?ori Writers has once again generated compelling pieces of fiction from established and new M?ori writers.
Toby Creswell is an Australian music journalist and pop-culture writer. He was editor of Rolling Stone (Australia) and a founding editor of Juice. In 1986 he cowrote, his first book Too Much Ain't Enough a biography of Jimmy Barnes. John O'Donnell is a long-standing member of the Australian music industry. Starting as a freelance writer, he eventually became the music editor of Rolling Stone (Australia) before leaving to co-found and edit Juice Magazine. Craig Mathieson is a music journalist and author of the books Hi Fi Days and The Sell-In. At 18, he started writing professionally about rock and roll, contributing to daily newspapers and rock magazines and, at 23 he became the editor of Juice magazine.