Shevaun Cooley is a poet, essayist, and climber. Her poems have been published in Cordite, Island, Poetry Wales, Meanjin,Southerly and The Best Australian Poems, and have been shortlisted for the Newcastle Poetry Prize, and the University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from Edith Cowan University, where she now teaches as an Adjunct Lecturer.
This August we celebrate the launch of Jane Gibian’s Beneath the Tree Line and mark poetry month with a special bundle offer on collections by Shevaun Cooley, Jane Gibian, Kristen Lang and Kate Middleton. Attuned to their immediate surroundings as well as global ecological concerns, these poets consider natural and man-made environments and our relationships […]
112 pages Paperback, 21 x 14.8 cm Published May 2017 ISBN 9781925336207
Shevaun Cooley was born and raised in the south west of Western Australia, but has been drawn ceaselessly to the landscapes of North Wales, where she lived for a time in her early twenties. The poems are written out of the questions this divided orientation raises – about what constitutes a home, and how we might find our way there.