9 June, 2022
We’re thrilled to announce that our June/July poetry micro-resident for 2022 is Josie/Jocelyn Deane!
Josie/Jocelyn Deane is a programmer/translator. Their work has appeared in Rabbit Journal, Overland and The Suburban Review, among others. They were one of the recipients of the Queensland Poetry Festival Ekphrasis award for 2020, as well as the Ultimo Poetry Prize and the Harri Jones memorial prize in 2021. They are one of the recipients of the 2022 New Chapter fellowship, announced in 2021. They are a genderqueer femme. They live on unceded Wurundjeri land in Naarm.
Josie/Jocelyn will produce new work over a two-month period (June/July), which will be distributed via Running Dog’s monthly newsletter.
Running Dog‘s 2022 poetry micro-residencies are 100% supported by our Patreon subscribers, and we do not currently receive state or federal funding. If you’d like to support the work we do, you can find more info here.