Rebecca Kylie Law is one of seven children born into a Catholic family. She completed a year of an Architecture degree before transferring and completing a Fine Art degree from RMIT with a major in Sculpture. After graduating she left the art department to complete a folio of writing at Holmesglen in Chadstone and then gained entry to Melbourne University’s Graduate Diploma of Creative Writing and eventually gained a masters in Creative Writing. Her first three collections, Offset, Lilies and Stars and The Arrow & The Lyre, were published by Picaro Press while her latest collection, In My Days and In My Sleep, is published by Interactive Press. Rebecca is now resident in Sydney and is undertaking a PhD at the University of Western Sydney. She has been described as “ a Contemporary Metaphysical poet” and in In My Days and In My Sleep she has announced herself as a Catholic poet and has spoken openly about the connection between her faith and her poetry.
Rebecca can be found at rbcclaw.wix.com
Some other links:
- Overland Emerging Poets Series: Rebecca Kylie Law (September 2012)
- Three poems on Robbie Coburn’s Website
Rebecca’s reviews on Rochford Street Review:
- With Pretty Air and Marginal Grace: Rebecca Kylie Law review’s The Sea of Heartbeak (Unexpected Resilience) by Les Wicks
- The Picturesque, The Haze and Other Thoughts: Rebecca Kylie Law reviews The Collected Blue Hills by Laurie Duggan
- How Can A Garden Grow? Littlies and Biggies in David Mortimer’s Magic Logic. Reviewed by Rebecca Kylie Law
- “Tactics for an enchanting coexistence”: Rebecca Kylie Law reviews Anonymous Folk Songs by James Stuart
- Conscience before Poetry: Rebecca Kylie Law reviews Paul Carter’s Ecstasies and Elegies.