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Siobhan Hodge

Siobhan Hodge has a Ph.D. in English literature. Her thesis examined the creative and critical legacy of the ancient Greek poet Sappho. She is the co-editor of Writ Poetry Review and has won the 2017 Kalang Eco-Poetry Award, the 2015 Patricia Hackett Award for poetry, and was recently second in the 2019 Ros Spencer Poetry prize. Her work has been published in several places, including Overland, Westerly, Southerly, Cordite, Plumwood Mountain, Axon, Peril, the Australian Poetry Journal, and the Fremantle Press Anthology of WA Poetry. Her chapbook of Sappho poems, Picking up the Pieces, was part of the Wide Range Poetry Chapbooks series, sponsored by Cambridge University in 2014. Her latest chapbook, Justice for Romeo, is available through Cordite Books.

Jul
27
Poetry Workshop is a safe and dynamic space where you can craft your poetry and offer feedback to other poets. Hosted by Siobhan Hodge. Book Online
Aug
31
Poetry Workshop is a safe and dynamic space where you can craft your poetry and offer feedback to other poets. Hosted by Siobhan Hodge. Book Online
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Jul
21
Join us for a conversation about Alice Walker's 'The Color Purple'.
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Jul
27
Do you struggle to carve out distraction free writing time? Are you looking for a safe group environment to work on your writing? Would you like to meet other writers in your community? Then this group is for you! Book Online
Jul
27
Poetry Workshop is a safe and dynamic space where you can craft your poetry and offer feedback to other poets. Hosted by Siobhan Hodge. Book Online
An illustration of many people of colour reaching over a table to read books, pass notes and share coffee.
Jul
27
This is a meeting space for Africans in the diaspora. Here, we connect Africans living in Australia with literature created by Africans. Book Online
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