Mishka Gora is a Tasmanian writer and photographer.
She has written about faith, conscience, and international justice for more than a decade in publications such as 'Quadrant Magazine', 'Connor Court Quarterly', 'MercatorNet', 'Online Opinion', 'Catholic365', and 'The Times of Israel'.
An erstwhile historian (trained at Monash, UCLA, Brown, and UTas), she is the winner of the 2007 George Yule Essay Prize and featured in the 2012 Croatian documentary film 'Udruzena Nepravda' (Joint Injustice). Mishka is married with four home-educated children and is passionate about tall ships, sword-fighting, and historical cuisine and costume.
Her latest novel, 'Wellspring', is an epic fantasy attuned to Judeo-Christian principles, and
'Fragments of War' is a novel-memoir based on her experiences as a humanitarian aid worker. She is currently working on 'Restitution', the sequel to 'Wellspring', and researching a novel set in WWII Croatia.