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Bonny Cassidy is the author of three poetry collections, and lectures in Creative Writing at RMIT University, Melbourne. She is feature reviews editor of Cordite Poetry Review and co-editor of ...

Elena Maria Gomez is a poet and editor living in Melbourne. Her poems have been published in CorditeMascara Literary Review and The Claudius App, and her chapbooks are CHILL ...

The Disappearing

The Disappearing has been redeveloped and we invite you to submit your poems about fading and disappeared places and spaces. Explore now »

Duncan Hose is a poet, painter and academic scholar. His published books include Bunratty (Puncher and Wattman 2015), A Book of Sea-Shanty (Bulky News Press 2014), One Under Bacchus (Inken ...

Carissa is a Wemba-Wemba actor, writer and academic. Since concluding her role as the ATSI Writers Program Coordinator at the SA Writers Centre, Carissa has become more established as a ...

Cameron Lowe is the author of two book-length collections of poetry: Porch Music (Whitmore Press, 2010) and Circle Work (Puncher & Wattmann, 2013). His poetry has featured in the anthologies Thirty ...

Bruce Pascoe is a Bunurong, Yuin and Tasmanian Aboriginal man, and an award-winning Australian writer, editor and anthologist. His books include Shark, Ruby-eyed Coucal, Ocean, Earth and Nightjar. Bruce has ...

Ryan Prehn is a descendant of the Worimi people, and lives in Melbourne on Wurundjeri country. He is a writer, poet, essayist, and undergraduate student at the University of Melbourne ...

Autumn Royal is a poet and researcher. Autumn’s poetry and criticism have appeared in publications such as Contemporary Australian Feminist PoetryRabbit Poetry JournalSoutherlyMascara Literary Review and ...

Maria Takolander is the author of two full-length collections of poetry: The End of the World (Giramondo 2014), named one of the best books of the year by Australian Book ...

Christopher Wallace-Crabbe was born in the inner suburb of Richmond in 1934. After several downtown jobs, Wallace-Crabbe became Melbourne University's Lockie Fellow in Australian Literature and Creative Writing from ...