Our feature poets are David Cox and Jacob Kemp, this Saturday 16th September 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
David Cox is a Perth based professional photographer / videographer, but also makes an impact with his spoken word – having impressed at Spoken Word Perth and his poems taken up by Buzzfeed. He blogs on https://abphy.com/user/oneupdateatatime
Jacob Kemp is... more to come...
Our feature poet is Ben Riddle, this Saturday 9th September 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
Ben Riddle is a contemporary poet based in Perth, Western Australia. Ben Riddle won the 2014 Fred Simpson Prize for English Verse, and is currently Co-Director of the Said Poets Society.
Ben has been published in Australia, Europe and the United States; notably in Trove Journal, The Travelling Poet and the Stormcloud Poets Anthology. He has done backflips off buildings, stages and every serious commitment he’s ever made in his life.
Our feature poets are Sioban Timmer, Barbara Gurney and Lorenna Grant, this Saturday 26th August 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
Sioban Timmer is a Western Australian writer who produces stories and poetry for adults and children on a wide range of themes. She currently offers book readings and writing workshops for children.
It’s Perth Poetry Festival time at Perth Poetry Club this Saturday 19th August 2017.
We have eight (8) fantastic festival poets at The Moon Café.
Luis Francia (USA)
Lydia Lockett (Canada)
Susan Fealy (Vic)
Andy Jackson (Vic)
Luka Buchanan (WA)
Dennis Haskell (WA)
Matt Norman (WA)
Mags Webster (WA)
with Music by Tim Gallagher (WA)
Our feature is Youthful Trangressions, this Saturday 12th August 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
Youthful Transgressions is an open mic and feature poet event showcasing some of the best and brightest young poets that this city has to offer. This event will be similar to Perth Poetry Club, but with a twist: all open mic and feature poets must be between the ages of 15 and 20 years old.
MC’d by Saoirse Nash, and featuring
Our feature poet is Tineke Van der Eecken, this Saturday 5th August 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
Tineke Van der Eecken has had a passion for poetry and literature from young age, nurtured through her mother, aunties and maternal grandmother. She studied Latin and ancient Greek at school in Belgium but did not pursue this further until she joined Horst Kornberger's The Writers' Passage' in 2015 and The Delphi Project in 2016.