Mack, Louise (1874–1935)
Mack, Louise (1874–1935)
Australian novelist and children's writer. Name variations: Mary Louise Mack Leyland. Born Marie Louise Hamilton Mack, 1874, in Hobart, Tasmania; died 1935; sister of Amy Mack (1876–1939, writer).
Traveled in Europe; during WWI, served as the 1st women's war correspondent, filing from Belgium for the London Daily Mail and Evening News (1914), then published A Woman's Experience in the Great War (1915); later returned to Sydney; fiction for girls, which drew on her school experiences, includes The World is Round (18996), Teens (1897), Girls Together (1898), Children of the Sun (1904), Teens Triumphant (1933), and The Maiden's Prayer (1934); collaborated with Ethel Turner on girls' magazine The Parthenon and wrote "A Woman's Letter" for the literary journal Bulletin.
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