Angela Gardner

Angela Gardner is the author of Parts of Speech (UQP, 2007); Views of the Hudson (2009) and The Told World (2014) both from Shearsman UK; and Thing & Unthing (Vagabond, 2014) as well as three published collaborations and a chapbook with artist Caren Florance, The future, unimagine,(Recent Work Press & Ampersand Duck, Canberra, 2017). Recently her poems been published or are forthcoming in Blackbox Manifold, The Long Poem and Tears in the FenceUK; Axon, Hecate and Rabbit and Cordite; West Branch and Yale Review USA. Her poems have been anthologised multiple times in the ‘Best Australian Poetry’ series. She has received a Churchill Fellowship, an Australia Council Literature Residency and the Thomas Shapcott Prize among other awards and commissions. Her manuscript Some Sketchy Notes on Matter was shortlisted for the Dorothy Hewett Award 2018 and is published by Recent Work Press in 2019. She edits at

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