Michelle Cahill is an Australian writer of Indian origin. Her short stories, Letter to Pessoa won the NSW Premier’s Literary Award for New Writing and was shortlisted in the Steele Rudd Queensland Literary Awards. Her honours include the Hilary Mantel International Short Story Prize and ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize shortlist. She was a Fellow at Kingston Writing School, a Visiting Scholar in Creative Writing at UNC, Charlotte and a Fellow at Hawthornden Castle. Her poetry collection Vishvarupa has been released as a second edition with UWAP. Her essays have appeared in the Sydney Review of Books, Southerly, Westerly and The Weekend Australian. She edits Mascara Literary Review.
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Michelle at the Festival:
Sat 1 Jun | The Art of Poetry
Sat 1 Jun | Forked Tongues: Bilingual Reading II
Sun 2 Jun | Publishing from the Margins to the Mainstream