Poetry by Julie Maclean

About the contributor

Julie Maclean has published five collections after a career teaching English and EAL in Australia and in UK. Her collection When I Saw Jimi was joint winner of the Geoff Stevens Memorial Poetry Prize (Indigo Dreams Publishing, UK). She lives on the Surf Coast, Victoria. Website: www.juliemacleanwriter.com

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