TREVI FORMEA is the pen-name of Jo-Anna Wright.
She is a 'Baby Boomer' raised in the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and was born the youngest of four children (refer: A BABY BOOMER at any age).
When 'Trevi' was 15, she won an essay competition through the once popular but no longer printed magazine - EVERYBODY'S. Their first prize was a week for two all expenses paid on beautiful Brampton Island, situated in tropical Queensland's Barrier Reef.
Trevi was raised a Catholic, but disillusioned after 33yrs, went searching for the truth in other religions, including Mormon and Pentacostal - finally becoming a Lutheran.
Having had four weddings and a funeral, her third marriage was the shortest lasting only 29mths. Suddenly Trevi was widowed at 47 years old, with her two youngest daughters aged 16 and 6 to raise - her youngest suffering from Asperger Syndrome (see 'Jackie - What's in a name?')
After relocating in 2002 to Russell Island in Queensland's south-east corner with her nine year old daughter, she took on a position of reporter with a local paper 'The Island Spirit' writing under her then married name of Jo-Anna Martin.
Trevi has also had miscellaneous poems published through the island's 'Writer's Circle' under that name, as well as various short stories in other popular magazines.
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