Rozanna Lilley is a poet and essayist. Her essays are included in Best Australian Essays (2013 and 2014). Her poems are widely published, including in Cordite, Stilts, Rabbit, Writ, Rochford St Review, Australian Poetry, Westerly and national newspapers. Her poems are also anthologised in various collections, including Best Australian Poems (Black Inc, 2015) and In Your Hands (Red Room, 2020). Her hybrid prose-poetry memoir Do Oysters Get Bored? A Curious Life (UWA Publishing, 2018) was shortlisted for the National Biography Award in 2019. In 2022, Rozanna was shortlisted for the Red Room Poetry Fellowship. Her first stand-alone poetry collection, The Lady in the Bottle (London: Eyewear), which revisits the 1960s TV series I Dream of Jeannie, is available for pre-order here. More details can be found at her author website:


Rozanna Lilley reads 'Blanche's Valentine'

Rozanna Lilley reads 'Humbug'

Rozanna Lilley reads 'The Beechworth and North-Eastern Agricultural and Horticultural Show'