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  '''Antigone Kefala''' (born 1935) is a contemporary Australian poet and prose-writer of [[Greeks in Romania|Greek-Romanian]] heritage. She has been a member of the Literature Board of the [[Australia Council]] and is acknowledged as being an important voice in capturing the migrant experience in contemporary [[Australia]].<ref></ref> In 2017, Kefala was awarded the [[State Library of Queensland]] Poetry Collection [[Judith Wright Calanthe Award]] at the [[Queensland Literary Awards]] for her collection of poems entitled ''Fragments''.<ref></ref>

Born in Brăila, Romania in 1935, Kefala and family moved to Greece and then New Zealand after World War II. Having studied French Literature at Victoria University and obtained a MA, she relocated to Sydney, Australia in 1960. There she has taught English as a second language and worked as a university and arts administrator. Her poetry and prose is written in both Greek and English, with Absence: New and Selected Poems reissued in a second edition in 1998.Click here to see the full biography
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by Kefala, Antigone, 1935-
Melbourne : Owl Publishing, 2000
by Kefala, Antigone, 1935-
[Collingwood, Vic.] : Outback Press, 1978
by Kefala, Antigone, 1935-
[East Burwood, Vic.] : Masterthief Enterprises, 1990
by Kefala, Antigone, 1935-
Annandale, N.S.W. : A. Kefala, 1993
by Kefala, Antigone, 1935-
Artarmon, NSW : Giramondo, 2016 , ©2016
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