Julie Chevalier

Julie Chevalier’s poems and short stories have appeared in Southerly, Island, Overland, BlueDog, and Poetrix.

Her poem, ‘Women of Antiquity 2002′, was co-runner up for Overland magazine’s Judith Wright Prize for New and Emerging Poets, 2008.

She teaches poetry at the NSW Writers Centre and the Sydney WEA.


Suite: FA

PoetryPractising penmanshipscribbling infinityzero available balancewearing spectaclesdrawing hand-held mirrorstransaction declinedcollecting duck eggsnetting tennis ballsaccount overdrawnstacking platesflying saucersnil employment opportunitiessewing buttonsexciting orificesnothing to liquidateaccelerating wheelsfocusing range findersbugger all on the horizon.

Coffee at Coledale

Poetryyou escape from home during a real estate inspection,a table outside chedo's  special: croatian spit roast.focused on perfection, you adjust chedo's doormats,move the sea-blue dog bowl one-half centimetre to the right.a white cab glides to a stopa woman in slippers...

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