Catherine Prosser

Catherine comes from the often surreal world of live theatre and has worked with many writers and directors in creating and developing original works.

As one half of the writing partnership that is Magenius, she has been commissioned to write plays (7 Great Inventions of the Industrial Age for Sally Greenaway in 2016 and Da Vinci’s Apprentice for Musica Viva in 2018) as well as a children’s podcast (Buckley & Roo pilot, for the National Museum of Australia), episodes of an animated TV series for 6—9 year olds (Tales of Aluna, screening 2021) a television drama (It Takes a Village for production in 2021) and a teen comedy feature film.

She recently discovered one of her first literary efforts, a 7,000 word effort at age 10, which can only be described as ‘Enid Blyton meets Arthur C Clarke’. She promises to use fewer adjectives from now on. She’s now devoting all her energies to full-time writing and collaboration. Current projects include The Last Days of Oliver Young, a feature focusing on the brave new world of retirement and A Town Called Reboot, a new-future dystopian series, and Sparrow-Folk, Adventures in SuBIRDia, an adult comedy podcast also featured on Pathways.

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