The jury members for the 2020 Australian Poetry & NAHR Eco-Poetry Fellowship are: Harry Reid, Dan Disney and Rachael Mead
Harry Reid is a poet from Melbourne, and a co-director of sick leave, a monthly reading series and journal. They were recently awarded the Fair Australia Prize (youth 18 – 30 category), and their work can be found in Overland, The Lifted Brow, Australian Poetry Journal, Cordite Poetry Review and elsewhere.
For the last decade, Dan Disney has taught with the English Literature Program at Sogang University, in Seoul. His books include either, Orpheus (2016), Report from a Border (2016), and New Directions in Contemporary Australian Poetry (co-edited with Matt Hall, forthcoming).
Rachael Mead is a poet, writer and arts reviewer living in South Australia. She has an Honours degree in Classical Archaeology, a Masters in Environmental Studies and a PhD in Creative Writing. She is the author of four collections of poetry: The Flaw in the Pattern (UWA Publishing 2018), The Sixth Creek (Picaro Press 2013) and the chapbooks Sliding Down the Belly of the World (Wakefield Press 2012) and The Quiet Blue World (Garron Publishing 2015). Her debut novel The Application of Pressure about paramedics and trauma is forthcoming from Affirm Press in 2020.