Cathy Bray is a public contributor to the 'Sea Things' duffle bag. She has contribued to The Disappearing app with her poem Foundations.
She has three chapbooks of poetry published by Picaro Press: The Owl (2010); Mad Woman’s Breakfast. Eat my Bush! (2011), from The Sydney Fringe 2010 at Madam Fling Flong, Newtown and Poet Tree (2011) from The Sydney Fringe 2011 at The Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre. Cathy has had poems published in a number of journals and anthologies, including Five Bells, PULP Illumina, and Phoenix. She also established and is poet in residence for the fictitiousCollaroy Old Girls’ Club, part of The Red Room Company's ‘Clubs and Societies’ project.
Cathy Bray has been contributing the Sydney Fringe Festiva for four years,l with her new show 'NO FIXED ADDRESS' an evening of comedy and poetry being performed in 2013. She also performed her poetry at the upstairs bar at The Hive in Erskineville, Sydney's premier literary and comedy salon.