Andrew Galan is an internationally published poet and co-producer of renowned poetry event BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT!. Described by reviewers as ‘riddled with satire’, his poetry is gut, direct, and imagination and reality meeting to eat and fight. Showcased at events including the Woodford, National Folk, Red Dirt and Queensland Poetry festivals, and Chicago’s Uptown Poetry Slam, his verse appears in publications such as the Best Australian Poems, Jet Fuel Review, the Canberra Times, Cordite and the Grapple Annual. That Place of Infested Roads (Life During Wartime) – Knives Forks & Spoons Press, 2013 – is his first book. His latest is For All The Veronicas (The Dog Who Staid) – Bareknuckle Books, 2016. 



Andrew Galan reads ' (En)Joy rides in police cars'