I am thrilled to welcome internationally renowned poet, and fellow Tasmanian, Ivy Alvarez to this episode of Book Ends.
Ivy is the author of Mortal, a collection of poetry published by Red Morning Press, and of several chapbooks published by The Private Press. Her second collection is forthcoming from Seren Books. In addition, she has been published in poetry journals and anthologies all over the world, including Best Australian Poems 2009, and makes regular appearances at international writing festivals. Ivy has also curated many artistic events involving poetry, art and performance; and edited several anthologies herself. She is a woman of many vast talents, and I’m also lucky to count her as a close friend.
Today’s episode is a unique combination of poetry and conversation as Ivy reads some of her work and shares her thoughts and experiences of her poetry career. Regardless of which genre you work on, Ivy’s advice on getting noticed and getting your work out there applies to us all – “you only need one person to say yes.”
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I hope you enjoy listening to our conversation and thank you again Ivy for being such a wonderful guest!
- Ivy Alvarez
- Filipino-Australian poet
Mortal by Ivy Alvarez (Red Morning Press)
A Slice of Cherry Pie edited by Ivy Alvarez (The Private Press)
what’s wrong by Ivy Alvarez (The Private Press)
The Monkey’s Mask by Dorothy Porter (Serpent’s Tail)
To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf (Wordsworth Classics)
The Writers and Artist’s Yearbook (A&C Black)
- Philippa Moore
- Tom Schoon