Alex Creece

Alex Creece is writer, poet, student and average kook located in Victoria, Australia. She is currently cobbling together her debut poetry manuscript, and has recently participated in Digital Writers’ Festival, as well as the Toolkits: Non-fiction and Toolkits: Poetry programs with Express Media and Australian Poetry. Alex is passionate about diverse voices and perspectives within the arts, and often incorporates her experiences as a queer and autistic woman into her pieces. She has been published with Scum Mag, SBS Life, Archer Magazine, and others.

Review Short: Iris Fan Xing’s South of Words

Christopher (Kit) Kelen has described Iris Fan Xing’s South of Words as ‘not translation’. The intersection between English and Chinese Mandarin lies at its heart, reflecting Fan’s converging identities across settings and cultures.

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Alex Creece Reviews Marion May Campbell’s third body

third body takes form on the cusp of metamorphoses between species, ecosystems, technologies, existential planes, and even between art and artist.

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Alex Creece on as Production Editor

I’m honoured to announce that Alex Creece is joining the Cordite Poetry Review fold as Production Editor, joining us from her time in the Cordite / Monash University Summer Term Internship Program.

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