is a poet, performer and new media artist, and has published four volumes of poetry, three CDs of performance work and numerous multimedia works. Her most recent volumes of poetry are Word Migrants, Giramondo Publishing, 2016 and The Erotics of Geography: poetry, performance texts, new media works, (with accompanying CD Rom) Tinfish Press, Kaneohe, Hawaii, 2008. Formerly a professional violinist, she is a member of austraLYSIS, the sound and intermedia arts group. She has performed her work extensively in the US, Europe, UK and Australasia, and has been co-recipient of numerous grants for austraLYSIS from the Australia Council for the Arts (including a key organization grant 2000-2004). In 2012-13 she was a recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts Literature Board Digital and New Media Writing grant. She has had five large-scale commissions from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and in 1992 her collaboration with Roger Dean, Poet Without Language, was nominated by the ABC for the prestigious Prix Italia Prize. She has performed her work extensively in the USA, Europe, UK and Australasia. In 2016 her collaboration “motions” with Will Luers and Roger Dean was included in the Electronic Literature Collection 3: the premier international anthology of electronic writing. Hazel was the founder editor of infLect, an online international journal of new media writing based at the University of Canberra (2004-6), and is now co-editor with Roger Dean of soundsRite, a journal of new media writing and sound, based at the University of Western Sydney.