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Amanda Anastasi is a Melbourne poet whose work has appeared on the walls of Windsor’s Artists Lane to The Massachusetts Review. Following her debut poetry collection ‘2012 and other poems’, Amanda engaged in several multidisciplinary collaborations that included ‘Loop City’, a spoken word/music show about Melbourne commissioned by MSO’s Sarah Curro. Amanda is a two-time winner of the Ada Cambridge Poetry Prize, and has appeared at the Emerging Writers Festival, the Williamstown Literary Festival and the Melbourne Spoken Word and Poetry Festival. Amanda was a recent recipient of a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship to work on a series of poems set in the year 2042. She is currently Poet in Residence at the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub (MCCCRH), where she is writing poetry to raise awareness on ecological issues and the climate crisis.

Amanda Anastasi

Amanda Anastasi is a Melbourne poet whose work has appeared on the walls of Windsor’s Artists Lane to The Massachusetts Review. Following her debut poetry collection ‘2012 and other poems’, Amanda engaged in several multidisciplinary collaborations that included ‘Loop City’, a spoken word/music show about Melbourne commissioned by MSO’s Sarah Curro. Amanda is a two-time winner of the Ada Cambridge Poetry Prize, and has appeared at the Emerging Writers Festival, the Williamstown Literary Festival and the Melbourne Spoken Word and Poetry Festival. Amanda was a recent recipient of a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship to work on a series of poems set in the year 2042. She is currently Poet in Residence at the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub (MCCCRH), where she is writing poetry to raise awareness on ecological issues and the climate crisis.

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