Published work & bio

Rae White is a non-binary poet, writer and zinester living in Brisbane. Their manuscript Milk Teeth won the 2017 Arts Queensland Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize and will be published by the University of Queensland Press in September 2018. Rae’s poem ‘what even r u?’ placed second in the 2017 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize. Rae’s poetry has been published in Meanjin Quarterly, Cordite Poetry Review, Overland, Rabbit and others.

Rae is the editor of #EnbyLife, a collaborative zine about non-binary experiences. They hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Creative Writing Production) from Queensland University of Technology, and previously worked at 4ZZZ community radio as an on-air announcer.

Support Rae on Patreon.

Books:

  • My first poetry collection Milk Teeth, published by UQP, will be launched at the Queensland Poetry Festival 23-26 Aug 2018!

Prizes:

Published work:

Poetry:

Short stories/fiction/micro-fiction:

Non-fiction/articles:

Zines

  • Junk – Poems from my spam folder – PDF – (June 2018)
  • You’re So Predictable: Vol 1 – print – (January 2018)
  • Succulents and Sunshine – print – (January 2018)
  • Diary of a Lavender Plant – PDFprint – (August 2017)
  • I Heart Succulents: Volume 2 – PDFprint – (January 2017)
  • #EnbyLife – FREE/pay what you want @ Gumroad – also in print – (July 2016)
  • Rabbits & Relics: Okunoshima – PDF – print – (June 2016)
  • I Heart Succulents: Volume 1 – print – (May 2016)
  • Feminist Puzzle Zine – PDFprint – (2016)

etsy cover photo

My zines are also available at Junky Comics, Brisbane; Sticky Institute, Melbourne; and Jura Books, Sydney. If you can’t find the zine you’re looking for, just send me a message.

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