Katherine Gallagher is an Australian poet resident in London.
Gallagher's poems have been published in French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Romanian and Serbian.
Gallagher translated from French to English Jean-Jacques Celly's poems in The Sleepwalker with Eyes of Clay.
Writer in Residence at Railway Fields Nature Reserve, Harringay, in 2002.
Writers Inc/Blue Nose Poets' Education Officer until 2008. In 2004/2005 this included coordinating the Young Writer's Mentorship Project funded by the Arts Council.
Poet in Residence for Havering Council's third annual Parks and Arts Healthy Lifestyle Walk in Hornchurch Country Park on 17 July 2006.
Founder of the Poetry Society Stanza Group (London North), started in March 2007.
1978, Australian Literature Board Fellowship
1981, Brisbane Warana Prize
1986, nomination of "Passengers to the City" for the John Bray National Poetry Award.
2000, Royal Literary Fund award
2008, London Society of Authors' Foundation award
Henry Fielding (Sharpham, 22 April 1707 – near Lisbon, 8 October 1754) was an English novelist and dramatist known for his rich earthy humour and satirical prowess, and as the author of the novel Tom Jones.
Aside from his literary achievements, he has a significant place in the history of...
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Aldrig i Norden Din Lige man saae,
Issen Du strakte mod Himlen den høie,
Foden Du vasked i Bølgen den blaa.
Kløgtig med Kunst har en kongelig Mester
Manet Dig frem over Vandenes Strøm,
Hvælvet Dit Tag over tusinde...