Post-Truth Politics

 

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September 4, 2018
@alexakerr

Post Truth Politics

Michael Leach is a statistician, health researcher, and poet with a PhD in pharmacy. He works at the Loddon Mallee Integrated Cancer Service, Bendigo Health and undertakes health humanities research through Monash University School of Rural Health. Michael enjoys concrete poetry and combining science with art. His poems have appeared in medical journals, including the Medical Journal of Australia and Medical Humanities, as well as literary journals, including Cordite Poetry Review and Meniscus Literary Journal. He lives in his hometown of Bendigo, Australia.
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