Helen Patrice is an Australian author who has lived all her life in Melbourne, across the south-eastern, and eastern suburbs. She is a poet, memoirist, and also writes feature articles, and short fiction.
Helen is a mother, grandmother, carer, wife, yogini, belly dancer, and is owned by four cats, and one small dog.
Her books are:
A WOMAN OF MARS, science fiction poetry: Stanza Press, PS Publishing, 2011
PALAEONTOLOGY FOR BEGINNERS, poetry: FinnLady Press, 2014
SHE TOO, poetry: with Rosemary Nissen-Wade, Leigh Spencer, and Delaina Miller, 2014
THREE CYCLES OF THE MOON: poetry, with Rosemary Nissen-Wade, Jennie Fraine 2017
THE STORIES SO FAR: the published science fiction and fantasy short stories, 2017
An, as yet, untitled collection of new poetry, 2107
Where to find Helen Patrice online
Three Cycles of the Moon
by Rosemary Nissen-Wade, Jennie Fraine, & Helen Patrice
Three Cycles of the Moon is a collection of poetry by Helen Patrice, Rosemary Nissen-Wade, and Jennie Fraine. The poems were written over a month, and all to do with some aspect of or relationship to the Moon. As they move through the lunar month, their thoughts, inspirations, and responses move with them. Patrice was travelling for part of the month, Nissen-Wade, and Fraine moored in Australia.
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