Bronwyn Lovell is a poet and a creative writing PhD candidate at Flinders University, where she’s working on a feminist sci-fi verse novel and researching depictions of women in space narratives.
Bronwyn has won and been shortlisted for numerous poetry prizes and her work has been published widely. You can find her writing in the following publications: Best Australian Poems, the Australian Poetry Journal, Award Winning Australian Writing, Antipodes, Cordite Poetry Review, Australian Love Poems, The Global Poetry Anthology and The Rhysling Anthology.
Recently, Bronwyn wrote a controversial essay discussing science fiction’s ‘women problem’, in The Conversation and ABC News Online, which gained international attention.
We can’t wait to hear how Bronwyn explores the theme of Nostalgia through her poetry!
All my poems look back. My poetry almost always comes from a charged memory. Even when imagining the future, my science-fiction verse is still steeped in nostalgia. I want to explore where this yearning for the past comes from…