Anne Elvey is a poet, researcher and editor. She received a PhD in Women’s Studies from Monash University in 2000 for her research on an ecological feminist reading of the Gospel of Luke. Her most recent scholarly books are Ecological Aspects of War: Engagements with Biblical Texts (an edited collection of essays co-edited with Keith Dyer and Deborah Guess, Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017); Ecological Aspects of War: Religious and Theological Perspectives from Australia (an edited collection of essays co-edited with Deborah Guess and Keith Dyer, ATF Press, 2016). She is author of The Matter of the Text: Material Engagements between Luke and the Five Senses (Sheffield Phoenix, 2011). Her poetry books include: White on White (Cordite Books, 2018), This flesh that you know (Leaf Press, 2015), and Kin (Five Islands Press, 2014).
Anne is managing editor of Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics, and editor in chief with Melbourne Poets’ Union. Anne was editor of Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review from May 2012 to May 2017 and president of the Fellowship for Biblical Studies in 2011.
Anne lives in Seaford, Victoria, and holds honorary appointments at Monash University and University of Divinity, where she is a member of the Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy.
More at www.anneelvey.wordpress.com