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This is the Ginninderra Press anthology ‘Mountain Secrets’. It includes my poem ‘Tai Shan’.
The anthology is available here.
I’ve had poems accepted for The Mozzie, Unusual Works, and the Ginninderra Press anthology ‘Mountain Secrets’.
My short story ‘Graffiti’ has been shortlisted for the Wyndham Writing Awards and will appear in their anthology.
My poem ‘You Are…’ won first prize in the Society of Women Writers’ Kathryn Purnell Poetry Prize. The poem is included in my current collection ‘Lines Waving’, and will also be published in the second edition of the SWWV Journal ‘Sparx’, which is due to be launched at the end of November.
I’ve been listed as one of the finalists in the Hunter Writers Centre ‘Grieve 2017’ competition, and my poem ‘Glass’ will be published in the anthology of the same name.
My poem ‘Mosaic Man’ appears in the Poetica Christi Press anthology ‘Imagine’.
It’s available here.
After waiting for four years to see if this publication would finally get off the ground, after the publishers hit sponsorship problems, it is at last available.
My poem in the anthology is one of the set of sonnets that got me shortlisted for the Newcastle Poetry Prize.
It’s on Amazon, link here
I am to be one of three feature poets at the ‘Poetic Inspirations’ event at Emerald Hill Library on August 6th.
I shall also be the guest poet at Di-verse-city Poetry Readings at Surrey Hills on November 6th.