This masterclass provides seven time-saving hacks to streamline course coordination. 


Associate Professor Bronwyn Lea teaches and researches in critical and creative writing, with specialties in contemporary literature and publishing, poetics, narratology, research-led practice, and gender studies.

Bronwyn is the author of four books of poems: Flight Animals; The Wooden Cat and Other Poems; The Other Way Out; and The Deep North. Her poems are widely anthologised, appearing most recently in Thirty Australian Poets, Australian Poetry Since 1788, Sixty Classic Australian Poems, and The Penguin Anthology of Australian Poetry. As Poetry Editor at the UQP, her list included award-winning titles by Australia's most distinguished poets. As a Director of the Queensland Poetry Festival, she designed and implemented the Arts Queensland Val Vallis Award and the Arts Queensland Thomas Shapcott Poetry Prize. She was the founder and series editor (with Martin Duwell) of The Best Australian Poetry series, the inaugural editor of Australian Poetry Journal, and is currently the poetry editor for Meanjin Quarterly.


ITaLI's Teaching Masterclass Series

ITaLI's Teaching Masterclass Series is a venue for inspirational and successful teachers to share effective approaches and best practices for teaching. The aim of the series is to assist attendees in learning tangible, practical skills that help them build on their existing expertise to excel in teaching for 21st-century students. To find out more about ITaLI's Teaching Masterclass series or to express your interest in presenting a masterclass, please visit or email Dr Hassan Khosravi at