Anupama Pilbrow studies mathematics at The University of Melbourne. In 2014, her poetry collection was shortlisted for the Whitmore Press Manuscript Prize and her stories, poetry and artwork have been published in Cordite Poetry Review, Rabbit Poetry Journal, CUL-DE-SAC and Farrago. She received the 2016 Dinny O’Hearn Fellowship for her poetry manuscript the ravage space, a work dealing with Asian diasporic experience in Australia. Pilbrow’s work is at once political, dialogic, lithe and anchored around the opaque exchange of linguistic structures. The poems included here focus on corporeality, on bodily passages, and transitions; on the certainty of uncertainty.
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