Willo Drummond

Willo Drummond is a Sydney poet and tutor in Creative Writing at Macquarie University. She has been a poetry reader for Overland Literary Journal, an executive committee member for the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, and coordinator of the national program of writers grants at the Australia Council for the Arts. She lives between the NSW Blue Mountains and the Parramatta River and writes about human and non-human animals and the fragile landscapes of identity. Willo’s work is published in Australian and international literary journals such as Cordite, Mascara Literary Review, Writing from Below, and the US little magazine, Yellowfield.

Thursday 21 March, 4-9pm

$50 Full / $40 Concession

Book tickets

A Postmodern Utopia (Performance Only) tickets available: $21 Full / $16 Concession

Dixson Room, State Library of New South Wales
Macquarie Street, Sydney 2000