Angela Gardner is an award winning author, poet and visual artist who is staying the Loft at Gorman Arts Centre, as part of ACT Writers Centre’s 2019 Writer-in-Residence. Her time here in Canberra will be spent working with the ACT campus of UNSW, as she partakes in research with academics and archives. This is a joint residency between the ACT Writers Centre and the University of New South Wales.
Her work has appeared in Meanjin, Poetry Wales, Brand Literary Magazine and Kenyon Review Online. Her work has also appeared on ABC Poetica and in print anthologies including The Best Australian Poems 2010 (Ed. Robert Adamson), Out of the Box (Ed. Jill Jones & Michael Farrell), In the Telling, Idiom23, Poetry Anthology; and Small Packages 8 Anthology (New Century Press). Gardner is the founding editor of the poetry journal Foam:e and among a number of residencies, awards, and prizes, Gardner has also received a Churchill Fellowship (2007) to investigate collaborations between poets and visual artists in the US and the UK.