He has translated books of fiction by Latin American authors, including Roberto Bolaño’s Distant Star (Harvill, 2004), César Aira’s The Musical Brain and Other Stories (New Directions, 2015) and Rodrigo Rey Rosa’s Severina (Yale University Press, 2014)
His recent poetry collections are Jam Sticky Vision (2015) and New Works on Paper (2013), both published by Giramondo.
is a filmmaker and poet. Her feature film credits as writer-director are Being Venice (2012) and Floodhouse (2004).
He is the author of seven collections of poetry, most recently Ghostspeaking (2016), Towns in the Great Desert (2013) and Apocrypha (2009)
She has been an editor for Overland, Jacket, Jacket2, Fulcrum, VLAK and Cordite Poetry Review. Her latest poetry collection is Missing Up (2015).
is a contemporary Asian-Australian experimental poet, critic, and author of AXIS Book 1: Areal, the inaugural part of a lifelong long poem.
Her poetry is an exploration of postmodern urban Australian culture, often through the slightly distorted lens of obsessive love.
is a visual artist and writer who works with performance video and makes machines that engage different parts of the body in the process drawing and writing.
His research develops a new conception of the twentieth century avant-garde, viewed through its relationship to the revolutionary politics of that century.
is an emerging Tongan writer from Mount Druitt. She currently studies as a post-graduate at Western Sydney University whilst also working as the General Manager for SWEATSHOP Western Sydney Literacy Movement.
Ali Cobby Eckermann
won the Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry (NSW) for Ruby Moonlight (Magabala Books, 2012), a massacre verse novel. Ali’s publications include Too Afraid to Cry (Ilura Press: 2013), A Handful of Sand: Aboriginal edition of Southerly (co-edited with peer Lionel Fogarty: 2013).
is a Research Lecturer with the School of Humanities and Communication Arts and a member of the Writing & Society Research Centre at Western Sydney University.
is a Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies within the School of Humanities and Communication Arts, the Convenor of the English Major, and a member of the WSU Writing and Society Research Centre.
is the author of Writing Australian Unsettlement: Modes of Poetic Invention 1796-1945
has published across the genres of fiction, poetry, and fictocriticism, as well as critical and theoretical writing in textual, cultural and feminist studies.
Her first collection of poetry, Dirty Words, was published by Cordite Books in 2015.
is a poet, translator, editor, and teacher, currently serving as the John F. Hotchkis Professor of English at UC Berkeley.
is founding editor and publisher of HEAT magazine and the award-winning Giramondo book imprint, and Whitlam Professor in the Writing and Society Research Centre at the University of Western Sydney.
His work is a poethical redress of the economies of homeplace; a performing of culture that is accountable to the resources and communities of life required to make it. This practice he calls permapoesis.
She specialises in nineteenth-century American literature, especially Emily Dickinson and her cultural milieu.
Rebecca Kylie Law
is a Sydney based poet, essayist and reviewer. Publications by Picaro Press include include Offset, Lilies and Stars and The Arrow & The Lyre .
Her collection of short stories, A Chinese Affair, was published by Margaret River Press in 2016. Her short stories have appeared in various literary journals and anthologies, including The Best Australian Stories and Southerly.
is a writer, teacher and editor from Sydney. She lectures at UNSW Art & Design and curates the talk series Conspiracy at Minerva Gallery in Potts Point.
has published her poetry, fiction and reviews in Cordite, Southerly, Mascara, and Contrapasso, among others, as well as Best Australian Poems 2014.
is the editor of The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Poetry (2009), The Everyman Book of Irish Poems (2011), and The Collected Poems of Iain Crichton Smith (2011).
is inaugural Chair of Australian Literature and Director of the Westerly Centre at the University of Western Australia.
is a poet, poetry editor and writer on poetry and poetics. He has made a central contribution to experimentation in Australian poetry since the late 1990s, with a focus on decolonised geophilosophies and emergent identities.
Her first chapbook Rhinestone was published by Stale Objects dePress in 2015. She has produced radio for national and community broadcasters and is the Audio Producer for Cordite Poetry Review.
is a Senior Lecturer in English at the University of New South Wales. He works on nineteenth- and twentieth-century poetry and poetics, and his new book, Poetry, Modernism, and an Imperfect World, is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press.
is a Sydney-based writer and editor whose practice includes poetry, non-fiction and performance writing.
is a poet, performer and new media artist, and has published four volumes of poetry, three CDs of performance work and numerous multimedia works.
has a forthcoming monograph entitled Creation and the Function of Art: Techné, Poiesis and the problem of Aesthetics (Bloomsbury Philosophy, 2017);
is the author of Devious Intimacy and The Complete Pocketbook of Swoon.
His research focuses on the intersection of poetics and politics in 21st century writing, particularly the work of Ben Lerner, Teju Cole and Maggie Nelson.
has published a book of essays Small Acts of Disappearance (2015) and the poetry collection Knuckled (2011).