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Mena Abdullah

Mena Abdullah was born in 1930 in Bundarra, NSW, and lives in Sydney. She attended Sydney Girls High, before training as an accountant and later becoming a Commonwealth officer, working for the CSIRO. 3,594 more words

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Husk # 5 keeps the fire burning

Husk # 5 from Valli Poole’s Blank Rune Press is out, and it contains my poem, ‘Bird‘! Featured poet is the sublime Anne Walsh. 14 more words

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The Hunger out soon!

Verity La‘s inaugural anthology will be out very soon, in time for the brand new website next week! The Hunger, full of poignant words and stunning creativity! 28 more words

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Pencilled In Magazine Issue 3: Food is out!

Beyond excited to have my translated poetry in Pencilled In Magazine Issue 3: Food!

Shop for it here: http://pencilled.in/product/pre-order-issue-3/

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Just 13 ways to (not) be (not) lonely

Thirteen ways to (not) be (not) lonely. A bit juvenile and corny. Another rejected piece (a remnant of this damned writer’s life). But because it’s important to (not) be (not) lonely — read it as you please — I’ve put it up. 8 more words

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