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Melody Paloma Melody Paloma i(8352238 works by)
Gender: Female
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Melody Paloma is a Melbourne-based writer. She studied for her honours year in Creative Writing at RMIT University.

Paloma released her first collection of poetry, In Some Ways Dingo, in 2017. In 2018, she produced Some Days, a year-long performance piece in which she produced the poem live, on a Google Docs document, across the course of the year. The work was facilitated by Stale Objects dePress (SOD Press), an experimental poetry micropress.

In 2018, Paloma was working for Australian Poetry and facilitating Toolkits: Poetry, the online poetry course run by Express Media and Australian Poetry.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2018 shortlisted The Fair Australia Prize Poetry Prize

for An Index of Big Things (Australia)

2017 longlisted Red Room Poetry Fellowship

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon In Some Ways Dingo Melbourne : Rabbit Poetry Journal , 2017 13420148 2017 selected work poetry
2018 shortlisted Mascara Avant-garde Awards Poetry
Hyper-Reactive i "rip through traffic lights in Brunswick", 2015 single work poetry
— Appears in: Overland , Autumn no. 218 2015; (p. 84-85)
2014 winner The Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize
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