Andrew Lansdown graduated from Curtin and Murdoch Universities with degrees in English and Comparative Literature respectively. He has worked as a teacher, tutor, journalist, and been an Education Officer at Fremantle Prison. He runs poetry workshops.
His poems and short stories have appeared in Australian journals and collections, and his short fiction has been broadcast by the ABC and the BBC. He has been described as "one of Australia's foremost poets working in the imagist tradition".
Lansdown currently lives in the south-west of Western Australia.
'Colyn has been forbidden to return to the otherworld of Klarin, where the dragons and the Kinroan live. But, as if in response to his longing, a dragonette comes to him from Klarin. It slips into his world and into his heart, preparing him to receive an even more astonishing visitor from the otherworld. Soon this strange and dangerous friendship leads to a final terrifying battle in the otherworld …'