Eunice Andrada is a poet and educator. Her debut poetry collection Flood Damages (Giramondo Books) won the Anne Elder Award (2018) and was shortlisted in the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards (2019). Her work has been translated and performed in Tagalog, Hiligaynon, French, Japanese, Italian, Spanish and Czech, while her poems have appeared in local and international journals and anthologies. Her previous works have won the John Marsden and Hachette Australia Prize (2014) and earned shortlistings in the Fair Australia Prize (2018) and the Dame Mary Gilmore Award (2019).
Featured in The Guardian, ABC News and other media, she has performed her poetry in diverse international stages, from the Sydney Opera House to the UN Climate Summit in Paris. Her ecopoetry has been recognised through the awarding of a residency and fellowship presented by Nature Art and Habitat (NAHR) and Australian Poetry. Her work has also received support from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust, Create NSW, and Australia Council for the Arts.
- Ambarvale High School 2017
- Barrenjoey High School, NSW
- Bradshaw Primary School 2017
- Centralian Senior College 2017
- Marie Bashir Public School 2017
- Monte Sant' Angelo festival (2019)
- Ravenswood School for Girls
- Ross Park Primary School
- St Clare's College Waverley 2019
- The Disappearing
- Writing Water: Rain, River, Reef
- WSU's Young Writers' Day 2017
- WSU's Young Writers' Day 2018
- YES (Youth Eco Summit) 2015
- Eunice Andrada reads 'Featherlight'