Siobhan Hodge has a Ph.D. in English literature. Her thesis examined the creative and critical legacy of the ancient Greek poet Sappho. She won the 2017 Kalang Eco-Poetry Award and 2015 Patricia Hackett Award for poetry. She primarily writes of ecocritical and equality issues, and has had poetry and critical work published and translated in a range of places including: Westerly, Southerly, Cordite, Plumwood Mountain, Overland, Axon, Peril, and the Fremantle Press Anthology of WA Poetry. Her first chapbook, Justice for Romeo, is available through Cordite Books.
- Genesis 1:26-28 and Environmental Rights
- Call them what they are: Australia’s concentration camps
- Interviews with refugees
- The Good Ugly, The Bad Ugly, and the Ugly Ugly
- Does Australia need tougher cyberbullying legislation?