Josephine Clarke

Josephine Clarke writes short stories and poetry. She is an active member of the Fremantle-based Out of the Asylum Writers’ Group and is a member of the collective that organises Voicebox - monthly poetry readings at The Fremantle Fibonacci Centre. She has had poetry and short stories published in indigo, Eureka Street and Westerly.

At Evening, Canberra

a whistle look up to see that apricot wash and out on the balcony of this block named Manhattan, two currawongs expose white butts at empty apartments which face Mt Ainslie in an arc one lands on the terrace next …

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This Smile

was not brought to you by Facebook curvature of the lips simultaneous to a flicker of your looking this warm spring morning your hands never still bring in the tide I can’t get from one end of the house to …

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