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Ania Walwicz (born 1951) is a contemporary Australian poet and prose writer, and visual artist.
Ania Walwicz was born in Swidnica, Poland where she spent her childhood, before migrating to Australia in 1963. She attended the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) in Melbourne. Her writing tends toward an impressionistic, stream of consciousness exploration of inner states. It also exploits 'appropriative' or 'sampling' techniques of production. Apart from publication in numerous anthologies, journals and several books her work has been performed by La Mama Theatre, the Sydney Chamber Choir and more recently set to music by ChamberMade. She has performed her work in France, Japan and Switzerland and currently teaches creative writing at RMIT in Melbourne.
- "Australia", poem in White, Damien, 1947-; Couani, Anna, 1948- (1981), Island in the sun 2 : an anthology of recent Australian prose, Sea Cruise Books, ISBN 978-0-908152-09-4
- Walwicz, Ania (1982), Writing, Rigmarole Books, ISBN 978-0-909229-20-7
- Walwicz, Ania (1989), Boat, Angus and Robertson, ISBN 978-0-207-16296-1
- Hammial, Philip; Walwicz, Ania (1989), Writing; Travel, Angus & Robertson, ISBN 978-0-207-16288-6
- Walwicz, Ania (1992), Red Roses, University of Queensland Press, ISBN 978-0-7022-2431-7
- Walwicz, Ania (2013), Elegant, Vagabond Press, retrieved 19 April 2018
- Walwicz, Ania (2014), Palace of Culture, Glebe NSW Puncher & Wattmann, ISBN 978-1-922186-50-8
- "Ania Walwicz". AustLit database. State Library of NSW. Retrieved 19 April 2018.
- Walwicz, Ania in The Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia
- Poème en prose at gangway.net
- red sails from Boat
- Mediations exhibition catalogue with 3 page 'fictocrit' essay by Walwicz
- Interview with Ania Walwicz, 19/3/96 by D.J. Huppatz
- Interviewing Ania Walwicz at Going Down Swinging
- In Journeys Begin Dreams: Antigone Kefala and Ania Walwicz from Framing Marginality by Sneja Gunew
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