Rosanna Stevens


Rosanna Stevens grew up in the Blue Mountains, and is currently is studying a PhD at the Australian National University. 

Her writing has appeared in MeanjinGoing Down Swinging, Voiceworks, Seizure, the The Big Issue and Sleepers Almanac

In 2013 Rosanna was shortlisted for the Scribe Prize for Nonfiction and the Yen Magazine Short Story Competition, and she was awarded Best Poem in an Express Media Publication.


White ears and whistling duck

EssayIN YOLNGU CULTURE – the Aboriginal language group of north-eastern Arnhem Land – there is a song sequence for the small, anchovy-like fish that lives, uniquely, around the estuarial brackish where ocean water marries fresh in a long, deep...

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