Julie Chevalier

Julie Chevalier lives in Sydney. Her short stories and poems appear in
Blue Dog, Griffith Review, Island, Mascara Literary Review,
Meanjin, Overland, softblow, Southerly
and snorkel. She is
writing a long sequence of poems about the life of Henry Darger.

'Women of Antiquity 2002' was joint runner-up for the 2007 Overland/
Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets. 'A Cylinder for a
Tree Trunk' received the NSW Women Writers’ National Short Story Award 2010.

 

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