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Murray Alfredson Poet Ashvamegh
Murray Alfredson
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Murray Alfredson BA (Melb.) MLib (Wales) has worked as a librarian, a lecturer in librarianship, and in Buddhist chaplaincy at Flinders University. He has published essays on poetry, meditation and interfaith matters, poems, and poetry translations in eight countries; and two poetry collections: ‘Nectar and light’, in Friendly Street new poets, 12, Adelaide: Friendly Street Poets and Wakefield Press, 2007; and The gleaming clouds, Brisbane: Interactive Press, 2013. (Available through IP at http://ipoz.biz/Titles/TGC.htm and through Amazon).He has won several poetry prizes and commendations, and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2009 and again in 2012.

On Ashvamegh, Murray mostly takes care of poetry submissions. He has been, and also currently, serves for the international editorial panel of many international magazines and journals.He was born in Mildura, by the River Murray, and he lives now on the Fleurieu Peninsula by the Gulf St Vincent in South Australia. Contact Murray at [email protected]