Poetry by Marion Pym Schaare

Poetry by Marion Pym Schaare
Poetry by Marion Pym Schaare
Poetry by Marion Pym Schaare

Marion Pym Schaare is a Brisbane-based linguist, poet and writer. Winner of the Robyn Mathison Poetry Award (2017),she was shortlisted in the Fish Publishing Poetry Prize (2018) and the ACU Poetry Competition (2019). Her work is published in numerous journals and poetry anthologies, including the ACU anthology, SCOPE (2020).

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