Dan Hogan

Dan Hogan is a non-binary working class writer and public school teacher from San Remo (Awabakal and Darkinjung Country). They currently live and work on Darug and Gadigal Country (Sydney). Dan’s poetry and prose have been recognised by the Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize, Val Vallis Award, and the Wheeler Centre Next Chapter Fellowship. In their spare time, Dan runs small DIY publisher Subbed In. Dan is currently working on a novel and a book of poetry. More of their work can be found at: www.2dan2hogan.com

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By Dan Hogan — 29 December, 2021

    I stick my leg out the window of my feral continuation. Time to wingsuit off this fuck. A well-trod lineage. It is inevitable the garbage rises. Disintegration defined by a glitchy nod at decrepitude. Path to monstrosity? Yes please. Consider this extra task part of your professional development. I believe in an interventionist…


By Dan Hogan — 30 November, 2021

This poem was originally written for the XYZ Spoken Word Award, in which it was shortlisted. It appears here as a new video iteration, with the full text below.       Good evening. Thank you for calling Services Australia Centrelink Debt Recovery line. There are currently no Customer Service Officers on duty. To find the…