Anne Elvey is a poet, editor and researcher, who lives and works on unceded Boon Wurrung Country. Her most recent poetry collections are Obligations of voice (Recent Work Press, 2021), On arrivals of breath (Poetica Christi Press, 2019) and White on White (Cordite Books, 2018). Anne’s chapbook, This flesh that you know (Leaf Press, 2015) was the international winner of the Overleaf Chapbook Manuscript Award 2015; and her collection Kin (Five Islands Press, 2014) was shortlisted for the Kenneth Slessor Poetry Prize 2015 in the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards. She is co-author of Intatto/Intact (La Vita Felice, 2017), an Italian-English collection of ecopoetry with Massimo D’Arcangelo and Helen Moore, and translators Francesco Cosi, Alessandra Repossi and Todd Portnowitz. Anne was inaugurator and managing editor of Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics, from October 2013 to December 2020, and was editor-in-chief with Melbourne Poets’ Union, from 2016 to 2018. Anne has a PhD in Women’s Studies from Monash University. Her most recent scholarly book is Reading the Magnificat in Australia: Unsettling Engagements (Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2020). She has research interests in ecopoetics, poetry and/as activism, and ecological feminist hermeneutics. She holds honorary research appointments at University of Divinity and Monash University, Melbourne.