Rhiannon Hall

Rhiannon Hall is an English teacher, who has been sharing her love of poetry for the past seven years through a poetry club at the high school she teaches at. She has had poems published in Burrow; BlazeVOX20; Seeking the Sun: Australian Poetry 2012, Central Coast Poets Inc.; and Seeking Horizons: SCWC Anthology 2014, South Coast Writers Centre Inc.. Rhiannon has also published an article in Axon: Creative Explorations (online journal). She enjoys workshopping her poetry with a group of Southern Highlands poets. Rhiannon is currently undertaking a Doctorate of Creative Arts at Western Sydney University.

The Colour of Shame

Curves and a cause, curves and some freedom, curves and a voice A Ramones t-shirt, tight, and a grandmother’s tartan shrunken to a skirt that covers not much, a jacket, an XL jacket, a heavy navy and no frills. But …

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