Eunice Andrada


Country: Australia/Philippines

Eunice Andrada is a Filipina poet based between Parañaque, the Philippines and Sydney, Australia. Flood Damages (Giramondo Books, 2018) is her first collection of poetry. Her work has won the 2014 John Marsden and Hachette Australia Poetry Prize, and been shortlisted for the 2018 Fair Australia Prize and the 2019 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Poetry.

Eunice Andrada adalah penyair Filipina yang menetap di antara Parañaque, Pilipina dan Sydney, Australia. Flood Damages (Giramondo Books, 2018) adalah kumpulan puisi pertamanya. Karyanya telah memenangkan John Marsden 2014 dan Hachette Australia Poetry Prize, dan telah dinominasikan untuk Fair Australia Prize 2018 dan Victorian Premier’s Literary Award 2019 kategori Puisi.

Appearing in

Main Program | Blending In, Blending Out

In our globalized world, love, work, curiosity and the quest for a better life mean we’re moving across borders, languages and cultures like never before. Our panelists have all called …


Main Program | Read to Me: Poetry

We’ve gathered a stellar line up of UWRF’s finest to regale you with all things poetic. There’s nothing left for you to do but pick up some lunch from a …


Festival Club | Jessica Jackley and Reza Aslan: An Interfaith Life

Indonesia has one of the world’s most religiously diverse populations – but can different faiths co-exist in a marriage? With interfaith unions on the rise, Christian Jessica Jackley and Muslim …


Private: Special Event | Poetry in the Garden

Join us in the magical gardens of Tony Raka Gallery for an evening of poetry and beats, as some of the world’s most enthralling spoken word artists and musicians weave …


Special Event | Rhyme and Reason in the Region

We’re bringing together old favorites and new voices as UWRF’s finest writers from across the region gather for a long table dinner. Indulge in exceptional Indian cuisine while our writers …