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Zenobia Frost is a poet based in Brisbane, Australia. Her work can be found in Cordite, Scum, Overland, Meanjin and Contemporary Feminist Poetry. She won the 2018 Val Vallis Award for her poem, ‘Reality On-Demand‘.

Zenobia’s new poetry collection, After the Demolition (Cordite Books) won the 2020 Wesley Michel Wright Award and was recently shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.

Zenobia currently facilitates Panacea Poets for Queensland Poetry Festival.

contact: zenobia.frost[at]gmail[dot]com

Recent publications

  • Art Starts Here: 40 Years of Metro Arts (editor, 2020)
    This gorgeous coffee-table history book charts the living history of Metro Arts in Brisbane, from its gutsy DIY beginnings to its bright future.
  • ‘Blueprint: Bramble Terrace’ (interactive twine poem)
    Explore an abandoned house in Red Hill, Brisbane before it is demolished. 🤖🏚
  • Archer Asks: Katy O’Brian, actor and martial artist (interview)
  • O’Brian joined Z Nation in its final season as George, a soft-spoken, soft-butch badass who leads post-zombie America towards social unity. The dystopian vibes of the current pandemic seemed like the perfect time to ask: What Would George Do? 🧟‍♂️💪🌈



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