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Mindy Gill’s poems have appeared in Australian Poetry Journal, Hecate, Mascara Literary Review, Island Magazine, Award Winning Australian Writing and elsewhere. She has won the Tom Collins Poetry Prize, and has been shortlisted for the Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize and the Queensland Premier’s Young Writers and Publishers Award. She is Peril magazine’s Editor-in-Chief.

August Burns the Sky is a collection of poems that speak with intimacy on longing, grief, and the ephemeral.

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