Australian Poetry runs residencies in partnership with various literary organisations, writers houses, artistic groups and universities.
Read about the The Kalang Award––Tracking Nature; presented by Australian Poetry & Kalang Retreat, here.
The Melbourne Visiting Poets Program is a residency-based initiative coordinated out of the RMIT University’s non/fictionLab research group, in partnership with Australian Poetry, Melbourne Spoken Word and Rabbit: A Journal for Nonfiction Poetry.read more
Australian Poetry has received disappointing news regarding its amazing Larapinta Extreme Walk Residency for 2019. Due to circumstances unrelated to the residency, the sponsor notified us yesterday (31 July, the closing date of the call-out) that their...read more
In partnership with the Larapinta Extreme Walk (‘LEW’), Australian Poetry is pleased to announce the call-out for an exciting new fellowship. Available exclusively to Australian Poetry subscribers, the Australian Poetry/ Larapinta Extreme Walk Fellowship is to be offered to an Australian poet able to hike the full length of the iconic Larapinta Trail in Central Australia, between 16-27th May 2019.read more
Photo:Elham Day The Melbourne Visiting Poets Program is proud to announce the selection of its 2018 regional resident. David Stavanger has been selected from an impressive list of Australian poets based regionally and remotely. Applicants hailed from across the...read more
Available exclusively to Australian Poetry subscribers, the Australian Poetry/ NAHR Eco-Poetry Fellowship is to be conferred on a single Australian poet able to take up residency in the village of Sottochiesa, Taleggio Valley, northern Italy, between 1-25th June 2018.read more
Kalang Retreat and Australian Poetry would like to thank all those who entered the Kalang Award: Tracking Nature. We received so many wonderful applications from across Australia. We have thoroughly enjoyed reading through all the applications, inspired by the...read more