Robbie Coburn is a writer and artist from Victoria, Australia.
His work has appeared in many national and overseas publications such as Poetry, Meanjin, Island and Westerly, as well as in notable anthologies including Writing to the Wire (UWA Publishing, 2016) and To End All Wars (Puncher & Wattman, 2018).
He is the author of two full-length volumes of poetry, Rain Season (Picaro Press, 2013) and The Other Flesh (UWA Publishing, 2019).
Robert Adamson, one of Australia’s leading poets and editors, has noted that Coburn’s poems “come from tough experiences, yet are created with a muscular craft that glows with alert intelligence”.
Coburn has given featured readings at The Wheeler’s Centre and La Mama Poetica and has appeared as a guest at literary festivals such as the Sydney Writers Festival and Perth Poetry Festival.
Born in June 1994, Coburn grew up on his family’s farm in Woodstock, Victoria.
He is currently working on a new collection of poems entitled Rodeo.
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