gabrielle bryden

Gabrielle Bryden is an Australian writer published in a range of books/anthologies; print and online journals; and on Local and National ABC Radio.  She has been published in Australia, the USA and the UK.

Books/Anthologies

Short & Twisted 2010.

Rhyme & Punishment; Comedic Verse (Local Gems Poetry Press, Long Island).

Perspectives Anthology, ‘Poetry Concerning Autism and Other Disabilities Volume II. (Local Gems Poetry Press, Long Island)

Mystic Signals.

Werewolves and Other Bitches.

Magazines/Print Journals:

Ripples Magazine

Aspects Magazine

Speedpoets

Extempore

Online Journals

Australian Poetry (Sotto)

Divan Poetry Journal

Red Wolf Journal (Summer Edition 2015: Once Upon a Time)

Cherry Blossom Review (now called Red Poppy Review)

Green Tea Haiku

Verity La

Asphodel Madness

Sorcerous Signals,

Lunarosity

Bolts of Silk

Third Eye

The Specusphere Webzine

Poetry24 ezines

Third Sunday Blog Carnival

Prospective: A Journal of Speculation.

Radio:

ABC Radio (Country Viewpoint) – Reading of Chook-Induced Anxiety

ABC Radio National:

Friday Night from Hell (City Nights Project).

Why do we  hate the crow (Birdlands Project)

The Gouldian Finch (Birdlands Project).

Competitions:

First prize  in the Ripple’s magazine poetry competition (1999) for Realm of the REM.

17 thoughts on “Bio

  1. Hi Gabrielle

    I found your work via ABC’s pool site, and wondered whether you’re also on Facebook. I’ve recently started a group, “Teaching & Writing Australasian Poetry in the 21st Century” and I’m particularly looking for poets/artists/photographers/musicians who are interested in multimedia poetry.

    Let me know if you’re interested in connecting with some like-minded people. (I’m interested in Psychology, too.)

    Kind regards
    Elizabeth

    1. Hi Elizabeth. You are looking in the right place when you look in the POOL if you’re interested in multimedia stuff (what’s your name in the POOL if I can ask?). I don’t do facebook anymore. I had a look at your website and blog and your work looks very interesting.

  2. Gabrielle, I have been more or less ‘offline’ for the past month – my husband fractured his shoulder bone in a fall and so has needed a lot more help with everything, plus we have been attending several different clinics for his main problem (aphasia), so time has been very short. I seem to have missed your transition to a new blog format — which is great. I had been reading some of your pieces now and then, but hadn’t seen this layout until today. Is it quite recent? Anyway, I like it very much — very elegant and readable. I look forward to more exchanges in coming months. Keep up the great work.

    1. I make changes to the blog format every now and then Chartreuse – some quite recent (the finch picture being one). But I’ve used the overall theme for ages now (colour and columns etc). Sorry to hear about the fracture. I know how going to ‘therapy’ can take up so much time. When Michael was getting intensive early intervention it filled up every waking hour. The travel is hard to take too. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  3. I’ve nominated you for the versatile blogger award!

    Rules for The Versatile Blogger Award.

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    3. thank the blogger who nominated you with a link to their blog.
    4. share 7 completely random pieces of information about yourself.
    5. include this set of rules.
    6. Inform each nominated blogger of their nomination by posting a comment on each of their blogs.

  4. I have been enjoying your citrus fiesta, Gabrielle! What great poems from Juliet.

    I’m not sure I have a citrus poem, but my mind immediately went back to our holiday around Homer’s ‘sandy Pylos’ in Greece, where we were treated to fresh oranges and limes, with local olives and fresh basil.

    I have a photo of the dish in case it is of interest for your blog . . . (but no email for you). I am at . . . in case of interest.

    Caroline Gill 23 Jan 2012

    P.S. I am in the UK, but my grandfather grew up in Sydney.

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