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Jazz Money

Jazz Money is a Wiradjuri poet and artist working across print, installation, digital, performance and film. Jazz’s second poetry collection will be released with UQP in 2024.

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Jazz Money’s first poetry collection, the best selling how to make a basket (UQP, 2021) won the 2020 David Unaipon Award from the State Library of Queensland. Working across a range of mediums including visual art, film, performance, music and print, they have been described by Vogue Australia as a “multidisciplinary force”. Trained as a filmmaker, their first feature film WINHANGANHA (2023) was commissioned by the National Film and Sound Archive.

Jazz’s writing has been widely published nationally and internationally, and performed on stages around the world, including: TEDx Sydney, the Edinburgh International Book Festival, the Sydney Opera House, Literature Live! Mumbai, Auckland Writers Festival, Performance Space New York, PEN International, and a wide range of arts and literary festivals in every Australian state and territory. In 2024 they will be releasing their second poetry collection with UQP. Jazz is a proud member of the Wiradjuri nation, and is currently based on Gadigal and Wangal land in Sydney, Australia.

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