Kim Waters lives in Melbourne, Australia. She has a Master of Arts degree in creative writing from Deakin University and is currently studying for an Advanced Diploma of Visual Art. Her poems have appeared in The Australian, Going Down Swinging, The Shanghai Literary Review, Wells Street Journal, La Piccioletta Barca, The Raintown Review and Nine Muses. She won the 2020 Woorilla Poetry Prize for her poem ‘The Builder’.
‘What I love about writing poetry is the challenge of putting my interest in art, music, travel and reading into a form that is bound by the margins of the page. Sometimes it is also bound by verse lengths, line lengths, sounds and white space. My poetry isn’t something separate from the rest of my life. It’s like my desk that sits in the middle of the living room, next to the piano, in earshot of the washing machine, stacked…
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