Rachel Flynn is an occasional poet with a list of publications ranging from cultural commentary to observations of weather and landscape.
She is best known for her picture books and novels for children (Penguin), some of which have been translated into French, Spanish, Dutch, Chinese and Korean. Her most widely read novel is Sacked in which Edward sacks his mother for not doing her mothering job to his requirements. Her most recently published book is Gus Dog Goes to Work (2017, Working Title Press).
Rachel has been teaching in Professional Writing Programs around Melbourne since 1995, and currently teaches subjects in fiction, non-fiction and research at the CAE.