About Josephine Clarke | States of Poetry WA - Series Two

States of Poetry

Josephine Clarke States of PoetryJosephine Clarke grew up in the South West of Western Australia, the daughter of Italian migrants. After gaining an Arts Degree and a Dip. Ed. at the University of Western Australia, she taught English at high school before travelling to other states and countries with her family. Josephine has had short stories and poetry published in Cordite, Westerly, indigo, Eureka Street, and the Review of Australian Fiction. She now lives in Fremantle and is a member of a collective that organises monthly poetry readings for Fremantle Voicebox, and has been actively involved with Out of the Asylum Writers’ Group, based at the Fremantle Arts Centre.

Poems

'on that last morning'

'Nonna'

'Cantonment Hill'

'Aftermath'

'harbour'

Further reading and links

Cordite Poetry Review - Josephine Clarke

Josephine Clarke's blog

 

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