Natalie D-Napoleon is from Fremantle, Australia and lived in the U.S for a decade. She was raised on a farm by her Croatian immigrant parents. Her writing has appeared in The Australian (Review), Cordite, Westerly, Griffith Review, and Australian Poetry Journal. Currently she is a PhD Creative Writing candidate. In 2018 she won the prestigious Bruce Dawe National Poetry Prize and in 2019 the KSP Poetry Prize. Ginninderra Press released her debut poetry collection First Blood in 2019.
- Genesis 1:26-28 and Environmental Rights
- I don’t dance like the other cats
- This one weird old fat joke will make you disappear completely
- Interviews with refugees
- Freedom Street: A Documentary Journey into the Australian Border policy