Author name: Zoe Kingsley

Zoe Kingsley is the Deputy Editor (Poetry) at The Suburban Review. Zoe is a writer and collaborator living in Narrm Melbourne. Her poetry and art writing has been published in journals and magazines including Rabbit, The Happy Hypocrite, Powder Keg and Textual Practice.

Q&A with Elena Gomez

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ELENA GOMEZ is a poet and editor living in Melbourne. She is the author of Body of Work (Cordite Books, 2018) and a number of chapbooks. Her next book, Admit the Joyous Passion of Revolt, is forthcoming from Puncher & Wattmann. In your suite ‘Wilder’, published in #20: HANDBAG, you engage with materiality and ideology

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Q&A with Holly Isemonger

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HOLLY ISEMONGER was the joint winner of the 2016 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize. She is the author of the chapbooks Hip Shifts (If A Leaf Falls Press) and Deluxe Paperweight (Stale Objects dePress). She co-edited Cordite Poetry Review’s DIFFICULT issue and can be found at @hismonger on Twitter. Our Deputy Editor, Zoe Kingsley, interviews

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