Here are some snaps of me. Except where noted, these can be freely reproduced for your newspaper or whatever, so long as you credit the photographer. Click the small versions for larger ones (some are higher resolution than others).
(2019) Yes! It's a current photo! I went to a professional photographer and everything. Credit: Andrew Campbell.
(2019) Here Andrew was like, "Open your mouth, but only a little," and I said, "Hnnh hrr?", which was This much? without opening my mouth too much. Credit: Andrew Campbell.
(2019) Then Andrew said, "Gaze off into the distance like you know things no-one else does," and I said, "No problem, Andrew, that's my default position." Credit: Andrew Campbell.
(2019) I like this one because I look like I've just returned from a space mission. You can see that, right? Like I'm an astronaut? I can totally see it. Credit: Andrew Campbell.
(Circa 2008) Me looking relaxed and comfortable. Credit: Eddie Jim. This photo may not be reproduced without permission from Fairfax. But they will license it for a fee: contact them on (+61) 1300 136 466 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting Image ID 9692254. If you're going down that road, you might want to check out their full range of Max Barry pics.
Standing in front of a painting promoting a bookstore event I did (also for Barbara's in Chicago, although at their old store, in 1999) for Syrup. The painting was by a girl who worked there and when I wanted to buy it she was really excited because it was her first ever sale. Incidentally, when I took this photo I was really tired. Credit: Jennifer Barry.
(2010) I include this even though no-one will ever want to reprint it because it's the best photo I will ever be involved in. Look at that. That's awesome. Credit: Jennifer Barry. Baby: Matilda Barry.
(Circa 2005) Meeting a fan (Lauren Thomas) at a reading at the same bookstore. Credit: Carolyn Wagner.
(Circa 2005) Me double-checking the spelling of the name of a fan (Lauren Thomas) while she giggles adorably and treats me like a total rock star. (You probably don't think there are too many ways to spell Lauren. What I have learned is that there are many ways to spell everything, and nobody likes a mis-dedicated book.) Credit: Carolyn Wagner.
(1998) Your standard author headshot. I am super mysterious yet approachable. Credit: Jennifer Barry.
(2003) This was used as the author photo on Jennifer Government. I feel terrible about that because you can clearly see I'm using Windows. All I can say is I didn't know any better at the time. Photo by me.