5 November, 2021
We’re thrilled to announce that our November/December poetry micro-resident for 2021 is 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
Dan will produce new work over a two-month period (November/December), which will be distributed via Running Dog’s monthly newsletter.
Running Dog has offered five micro-residencies in 2021: March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, and November/December. Call outs for future residencies will take place in the month before they begin.