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Toby Fitch is a poet, critic, teacher and editor. He is poetry editor of Overland and a sessional academic in creative writing at the University of Sydney. His books of poetry include Rawshock, which won the 2012 Grace Leven Prize for Poetry; Jerilderies; The Bloomin’ Notions of Other & Beau; ILL LIT POP; Where Only the Sky had Hung Before; and Object Permanence: Selected Calligrammes. He lives in Sydney on unceded Gadigal land with his partner, two daughters and staffy.
Fitch’s poems are not interested in slowly unfolding a metaphor or arriving at a singular meaning. Instead, they ask you to cling on for your life.Sarah Holland-Batt