In partnership with the Nature, Art & Habitat Residency (NAHR), Australian Poetry is once again pleased to announce the call-out for this exciting fellowship. Available to Australian Poetry subscribers, the Australian Poetry/ NAHR Eco-Poetry Fellowship is conferred on a single Australian poet able to take up residency in the village of Sottochiesa, Taleggio Valley, northern Italy, between 30 May-30 June 2020.
This special e-chapbook presents the five finalist poems in the 2019 Secondary Schools Slam competition, OutLoud Eco!Slam 2019, including the winning poem.
Tell Me Like You Mean It v3, 2019 is an annual under age 30s / emerging poets’ digital chapbook published by Australian Poetry (AP) in partnership with Cordite Publishing Inc and Emerging Writers Festival.AP is the national representative body for poetry....
the tears the pelicans are leaving us like a line of words quicker than
the tongue drift glide sail waft fly fly away something happened here.
— ‘Flight Feathers’, Ellen Van Neerven
'We who care deeply about the arts find ourselves the priesthood of an almost forgotten faith, and we must, I think, if we would win the people again, take upon ourselves the method and fervour of a priesthood. We must be humble and half-proud. . . . We...
Entries for all categories of the 2020 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards are now open.
The 2019 IPC is generously supported by Readings Books & Music. 2019 IPCFirst piece of important business is that the 25th annual MPU International Poetry Competition has five days left to get your entries in (extended deadline). The final closing date...
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.