Natalie Rose Dyer completed a PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Melbourne (2017) where she also earned an MFA (2010) with an Australian Postgraduate Award. Natalie was Researcher-in-Residence at The University of Amsterdam (2018). She teaches poetry at The University of Melbourne and has taught in the creative writing and literature program at Deakin University, Melbourne in 2019 and 2020. Natalie’s poetry and essays are widely published in esteemed international literary journals including Meanjin Quarterly, Australian Poetry, Cordite Poetry Review, The University of Canberra Vice-Chancellors Anthology, Chiron Review, Wisconsin Review and many more. Her book The Menstrual Imaginary in Literature: Notes on a Wild Fluidity was published with Palgrave (November, 2020). Natalie is currently working on a series of essays at the intersection of poetry, wandering, feminism and ecology. Several of these essays are published in Feminista Journal.