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Nadia Bailey

Krakow UNESCO City of Literature Residency Program
Krakow Festival Office in cooperation with
Villa Decius Cultural Institute
2019
portrait picture of UNESCO resident Nadia Bailey Photography by Dakota Gordon and Charlotte L. Guest
Nadia Bailey is an independent writer from Melbourne, Australia. She holds a Masters Degree in Creative Writing. Her essays, short stories and poems were published in Oyster, The Lifted Brow, Cordite Poetry Review, GARAGE, Neighborhood Paper nad Voiceworks. In 2018 she undertook a mentorship with Hannah Kent as part of the Midsumma Futures Fellowship, a merit-based creative development program for emerging queer artists.

She has published a guide to the art and life of Frida Kahlo, Frida A to Z, and the book about the greatest friendships of the world, The World’s Best BFFs. She is also an author of two publications concerning the world of The Stranger Things – Stranger Things Field Guide and The Book of Barb. As a journalist she writes about art, music, film, fashion, travels, environment and technology.

She has spoken and performed at literary festivals in Australia, including the Melbourne Writers’ Festival, the Sydney Writers’ Festival, the National Young Writers’ Festival and the Emerging Writers’ Festival. I was part of Voiceworks‘ editorial committee for three years. She co-writes an infrequent Tinyletter with Lana Guineay called Books & Beaches.
Listen to Nadia Bailey reading the poem by Charles Wright.
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