• My essay, "O Brave New World That Has Such Data In't (Love and Self-Understanding in an Algorithmic Age)" was long-listed for the 2018 ABR Calibre prize. A revised version of this essay can be read online in PN Review 242 (
  • A new poem, "Tact", was published in the most recent issue of Cordite (86):
  • My review of Philip Mead's Zanzibar Light is in the June/July issue of the Australian Book Review:
  • My review of Phillip Hall's Fume is forthcoming in Cordite.
  • An abstract titled "Lyric Poetry: Resonance and Attunement" has been accepted for full paper submission for Axon: Capsule 3: Inhabiting Language, to appear in early 2019.


Sunday, July 15, 2018, 5 for 5.30pm
Reading from Interval at Sporting Poets @ Compass Pizza, 319 Lygon Street, Brunswick East.

Wednesday March 28, 2018. 6.30pm.
Launch of Interval by Chris Wallace-Crabbe at Readings bookshop, Carlton.

Monday, April 9, 2018, 6.30pm (free entry, register online)
In conversation with Felicity Plunkett and Eileen Chong at the Better Read than Dead bookstore (Newtown)  ( Note: despite the url, this is a conversation, not a launch event.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 7pm ($10 entry)
Reading from Interval at Poets @ Watsonia, Watsonia Library.

RECENT Publications

  • "The Poetic in the Sculpture of Bronwyn Oliver", essay, in Island 151 (October 2017).
  • "Aubade", poem, in Island 151 (October 2017).
  • My review of Jan Owen's translation of selected poems from Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal is online in Mascara Literary Review in English: and in Recours au poème in French (translation by Marilyne Bertoncini):