States of Poetry

Karen Knight lives in Hobart. She has been widely published and anthologised since the 1960s, and has written four collections of poetry. The most recent, Postcards from the Asylum (Pardalote Press, 2008), won the 2005... ... (read more)
Louise Oxley lives in the D’Entrecasteaux Channel area, south of Hobart. Her second and most recent collection of poetry, Buoyancy, was shortlisted in the WA Premier’s Literary Awards 2008 ... ... (read more)
Tim Thorne won the William Baylebridge Award in 2007, the Christopher Brennan Award in 2012, and the Gwen Harwood Prize in 2014... ... (read more)

Geoff Page has published twenty-two collections of poetry, as well as two novels and five verse novels. His recent books include ...

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Isi Unikowski’s poetry has been widely published in Australia and overseas. He was shortlisted for the inaugural University of Canberra ...

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John Foulcher has published ten books of poetry. The first was Light Pressure (Angus & Robertson, 1983); the most recent ...

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A Wiradjuri woman from Central New South Wales, Kerry Reed-Gilbert has performed and conducted writing workshops ...

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Melinda Smith won the 2014 Prime Minister's Literary Award for her fourth poetry collection ...

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Merlinda Bobis’s most recent poetry book is the trilingual collection (Bikol, Filipino, English) ...

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Adrian Caesar was born and educated in England, but has lived and worked in Australia for more than thirty years. ... (read more)