His second collection, Career' was published in 2011 by Vagabond Press. The volume collects poems Ferney wrote while working as an English teacher in South Korea in 2002.
His most recent collection, Boom, was published by Grand Parade Poets in 2013.
His work has been translated into Mandarin and Korean and published extensively internationally.
His influences include John Forbes, Frank O'Hara, John Ashbery, JH Prynne and Ted Neilsen.
In addition to writing poetry he has also written a number of reviews and articles on Pam Brown and Adam Aitken,John Ashbery, Ken Bolton and David Prater. He is former editor of online journal Cordite and an Associate Editor of papertiger. He currently lives in Brisbane and is completing his second collection. He is former political staffer with the Queensland State Government.
- Crouch, David. Review: Popular Mechanics by Liam Ferney. Network Review of Books (Perth, Australian Public Intellectual Network), April 2005. ISSN 1833-0932. accessed 21 October 2010
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