Publications and achievements 2019
Amber Alley – undergraduate, has a piece on the Nimbin Performance Poetry World Cup in Rochford Street Review.
Stevi-Lee Alver – undergraduate, has been appointed poetry editor for Brain drip.
Anne Andrew – undergraduate, won the Boonah Arts Festival short story competition.
Linda Brooks – Honours candidate, won a scholarship to study Honours in 2019.
Martin Chatterton – PhD alumnus, interview about forthcoming publications from his PhD.
Sally Coltzau – alumnus, had three poems – ‘hatch’, ‘protein for a celestial being’, ‘dark as my soul is’ - published in Prachya Review, the Mental Health issue in September.
Alessandra de Oliveira Salisbury – undergraduate, has a poem in Academy of the Heart and Mind, ‘Broken’. She has also published 'Bleeding Flowers' in Event Horizon Magazine. She has published Noise - a collection of short stories and poems set in Rio de Janeiro, available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. And she also published a sequel to her first children’s book Naughty Nana. It is called Naughty Nana and the old house around the corner, also available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Her poem 'Thinking of you' was chosen to be included in the fourW thirty Anthology - Booranga Prize - Charles Sturt University.
Snowy Frankland – undergraduate, blogged for the Byron Writers Festival.
Katinka Gebhardt – graduate, has two interviews in Northerly's autumn issue (with Ali Alizadeh and Henry Reynolds) and continued interviewing for Northerly at the 2019 Byron Writers Festival.
Mannan Hart – graduate, in the heats of the Nimbin Performance Poetry World Cup.
Wendy Haynes – graduate, had her first picture book Hayden’s Bedtime added to the NSW Premier’s Reading Challenge list.
Ashley Haywood – PhD alumnus, was on ABC Radio National’s Science Show reading her poetry and talking about her research in University of Queensland's Fryer Library as the inaugural Creative Writing Fellow. Also had a poem from her research published in Meanjin.
Annabelle Hill – undergraduate, blogged for the Byron Writers Festival.
Jo-Ann Kelly – graduate, has an interview published for Bellingen Readers and Writers Festival, with bird author Gisela Kaplan.
Deborah Murray-Kippax – undergraduate, has short fiction 'He Always Said' in Northerly's autumn issue.
Victoria Norton – undergraduate, has her poem 'Pied Cormorant' in the travelling exhibition, ongoing since 2015, of Bimblebox 153 Birds to be shown at Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum (Queensland, Australia) 2 - 30 March, 2019.
Michele Alison Poole – undergraduate, is a Reader for Flash Fiction Magazine.
Sarvah Rayner – undergraduate, blogged for the Byron Writers Festival.
Shelley-Anne Smith – graduate, has a poem published under her author's name R P Stoval, ‘Freeman of the Embassy’, in Cordite.
Andrew Spencer – undergraduate, has a second radio program on writing, Werd Nerds, on Wednesdays on 92.2FM from 10am-12noon and was in the heats of the Nimbin Performance Poetry World Cup.
Jo St Leon - undergraduate, had a story, ‘The memory book’, published in Lite Lit.
Karen Trappett – undergraduate, has a short story ‘The Pass’ in The Academy of the Heart and Mind.
Nell Tynan – undergraduate, has had her short story ‘The Stone Men’ (written under the name of Nella May) awarded the 2018 Jennifer Burbidge prize, through the Australia Fellowship of Australian Writers.
Linda Woodrow – undergraduate, has been shortlisted for the Varuna Publisher Introduction Program 2019, with her novel manuscript ‘470’.
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