Oz Hardwick is a prose poet who sometimes writes other things by accident. His chapbook Learning to Have Lost (Canberra: IPSI/Recent Work, 2018) won the 2019 Rubery International Book Award for Poetry, and he is co-editor, with Anne Caldwell, of The Valley Press Anthology of Prose Poetry (Scarborough: Valley Press, 2019).
4 poems by Oz Hardwick
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Issue 38 | June 2019 |
B. ANNE ADRIAENS currently lives and writes in Somerset, Britain. Her work often reflects her interest in alienation and all things weird and dark, as well as her concerns about pollution and the environment in general. She’s written several dystopian short (and not so short) pieces and is putting together a poetry collection exploring the many places where she’s lived. She attended the Poetry Summer School at the Seamus Heaney Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, in June 2017 and the following July, she was awarded the title of Frome Festival Poet Laureate. Her work has previously appeared in Helios Quarterly, B.A.D. (The Bees Are Dead) and Harpur Palate, as well as on several online literary platforms.