Angela Gardner, one of Australia's most considered and affecting poets, is this year's ACT Writer-in-Residence. She will deliver a public lecture at UNSW Canberra, her home throughout the residency.
Join us for a warm and inspiring evening with Angela
'The Sorry Tale of the Mignonette: writing a verse novel'
chaired by UNSW Canberra Professor in English and Media Nicole Moore.
Thursday 26 September, 6.00PM to 7.30PM
Academy Library, Building 13,
UNSW Canberra at ADFA, Northcott Drive, Campbell
Light refreshments will be served.
Angela Gardner is an award winning author and poet whose work has appeared in Meanjin, Poetry Wales, Brand Literary Magazine and Kenyon Review Online. Her work has also appeared on ABC Poetica and in print anthologies including The Best Australian Poems 2010 (Ed. Robert Adamson), Out of the Box (Ed. Jill Jones & Michael Farrell), In the Telling, Idiom23, Poetry Anthology; and Small Packages 8 Anthology (New Century Press).
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The ACT Writer is Residence is a joint initiative of the ACT Writers Centre and UNSW Canberra, with further funding support from the Copyright Agency Ltd.