Since 1971 Pam Brown has published many books, chapbooks, and an e-book. Her most recent title is Authentic Local (soi3 modern poets, Papertiger Media, 2010). A pocket paperback, Anyworld, is due in December 2011 from Flying Island Press, Macao. She has also written for theatre and film. Pam is a peer reviewer for Polari and Rubric online journals. She was poetry editor of the Australian literary and cultural magazine Overland for five years at the turn of this century. In 2004, she joined John Tranter in editing Jacket magazine (continuing as an associate of Jacket2). Recently she participated in a digital poetry intervention, Wow Wow Wow Receiver, at the Frankfurt Book Fair, Germany. She has earned a living variously and until 2007 spent sixteen years engaging in the pleasures of classification as an employee in the life sciences library at the University of Sydney. She lives in Alexandria in Sydney and blogs intermittently at the deletions.
Read Brown’s review of Philip Mead’s Networked Language: Culture and History in Australian Poetry (from Jacket 37) here.