Michael Farrell grew up in Bombala, NSW and now lives in Melbourne. He has published several books of poetry as well as chapbooks, most recently I Love Poetry (Giramondo). His previous Giramondo title, Cocky's Joy (shortlisted for the Prime Minister's Award for Poetry in 2016), is his first book available on iTunes. He co-edited an anthology of Australian gay and lesbian poets, Out of the Box, with Jill Jones (Puncher & Wattmann 2009). His scholarly book, Writing Australian Unsettlement: Modes of Poetic Invention 1796-1945 (Palgrave Macmillan), theorises a new approach to the history of colonial poetics. He wrote the lyrics for the Dick Diver song 'Waste the Alphabet', and edits the small poetry magazine 'Flash Cove' (email@example.com).
- Michael Farrell - Ode, Ode
- Michael Farrell - 'ode ode' & 'vague brain surgeon'
- Michael Farrell reads 'Gladys's Party'
- Michael Farrell reads 'The Ballad of Bubble and Squeak' a poem commissioned by The Red Room Company for The Disappearing in 2012.
- Michael Farrell reads 'Gladys's Party' a poem commissioned by The Red Room Company for The Disappearing in 2012. Performance at The Disappearing Minislec (part lecture, part performance) Melb. 2013.