Reading the River virtual reading April 2020: Tricia Dearborn

The fourth reader who was supposed to read at the March Reading the River reading at the Cottage Gallery at Brooklyn, 10 Dangar Road, Brooklyn, was Tricia Dearborn. In the absence of the physical reading we are proud to present Tricia as our fourth virtual reader.

Tricia Dearborn is an award-winning Sydney poet, writer and editor. Her latest collections are Autobiochemistry (UWA Publishing, 2019) and the chapbook She Reconsiders Life on the Run (International Poetry Studies Institute, 2019). Her previous collections are The Ringing World and Frankenstein’s Bathtub. Tricia’s work has appeared widely in literary journals in Australia, internationally and online, and is represented in anthologies including Contemporary Australian Poetry, Australian Poetry since 1788 and The Best Australian Science Writing 2019. She has been a featured reader at the Sydney Writers’ Festival and the Queensland Poetry Festival, among other literary events, and was a Poet in Residence at the 2019 Poetry on the Move Festival. She was a judge of the 2019 University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize. Tricia is on the editorial board of Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics. She has been a guest editor for Plumwood Mountain (2016) and Not Very Quiet (2019), and is guest poetry editor for the forthcoming Rabbit: A journal for non-fiction poetry issue 31: The SCIENCE issue. Find Tricia Dearborn on Twitter @TriciaDearborn and on Facebook

Index - The virtual Reading the River reading


To buy Autobiochemistry

Condensed lyricism: Ann Vickery launches Autobiochemistry by Tricia Dearborn

Tricia Dearborn: Six poems from Autobiochemistry

Sarah Holland-Batt, ‘Of poetry and biochemistry’, (Note –  story is firewalled)

To buy She Reconsiders Life on the Run

To buy The Best Australian Science Writing 2019

To buy The Ringing World


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