Gaele Sobott

Gaele Sobott lives on Dharug land, Western Sydney, Australia. Her published works include, Colour Me Blue (Heinemann), My Longest Round (Magabala Books) and recent short stories in Verity La, Meanjin, Prometheus Dreaming, New Contrast and the anthologies, Botswana Women Write (University of Kwazulu-Natal Press) and Not Quite Right For Us (flipped eye). Her poems have been published in Disability Arts Online, Otway Journal, Cordite, Plumwood Mountain and New Flash Fiction Review. Gaele received a 2020 fellowship from City of Sydney to create internationally award-winning animated poems She was shortlisted for 2021 Queensland Poetry Awards Emerging Older Poets Mentorship and 2021 Varuna Writers Space fellowship. She is the founding director of Outlandish Arts; a disabled-led, not-for-profit arts organisation.

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