Judy Beveridge

Judith Beveridge

is the author of six collections of poetry.


About Judith Beveridge

Judith Beveridge is the author of six collections of poetry, most recently Devadatta’s Poems (Giramondo Publishing) which was short-listed for the NSW and Queensland Premiers’ prizes and the Prime Minister’s Poetry Award, and Hook and Eye: A selection of poems published in the US in 2014. She teaches poetry at postgraduate level at The University of Sydney.


Articles about Judith Beveridge

Devadatta's Poems by Judith Beveridge cover

A Test of Arms: Devadatta’s Poems
by Judith Beveridge

Devadatta's Poems continues Beveridge’s long-standing interest in Buddhism, which began in Accidental Grace (1996).

Articles by Judith Beveridge

Towards the Equator by Alex Skovron

Alex Skovron: A Sweeping Range: Towards the Equator

Skovron’s work falls across a number of complex cultural modes. While he has many important things to say about the migrant experience, he also has much to say about more general issues relating to human ontology, as well as to his experience of living in Sydney and Melbourne.