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David Ades

Author's Bio

David Adès is an Australian poet currently living in Pittsburgh. He has been a member of Friendly Street Poets since 1979. His collection Mapping the World was commended for the Anne Elder Award 2008. His poems have appeared widely in Australia and the U.S. in publications including over 20 of the Friendly Street Readers, and numerous literary magazines and have also been anthologised. He was a volunteer editor of the Australian Poetry Members Anthology Metabolism. In 2014 he won the University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor's International Poetry Prize and was shortlisted for the Newcastle Poetry Prize.

Publications and Prizes

Mapping the World (Wakefield Press, 2015)
The Stars Like Sand: Australian Speculative Poetry (Interactive Press, 2014), Australian Love Poems (Inkerman and Blunt, 2013), Small City Tales of Strangeness and Beauty (Wakefield Press, 2009), Best of Friends: The First Thirty Years of the Friendly Street Poets (Wakefield Press, 2008)
Atlanta Review, Bewildering Stories, Blast Furnace, Boston Literary Magazine, Broad River Review, Cordite Poetry Review, Famous Reporter, Four and Twenty, Grey Sparrow Journal, Illya's Honey, Loyalhanna Review, Philadelphia Poets, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Poetica, Red River Review, San Pedro River Review, Shot Glass Journal, Sleet Magazine, Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality, Studio, The Broadkill Review, The Fourth River
University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor's International Poetry Prize 2014

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Listing last updated: November 5, 2014

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