My name is Maddie Godfrey and I’m a Perth-bred writer, poet and theatre maker who has achieved international success over the past two years. More information about me is available here: www.maddiegodfrey.com
This Saturday, it’s John McBain as our feature on 11th November 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
John McBain regards himself as a bush poet (story-teller) but he is difficult to categorise as he also is a film maker and has a long history in practical and theoretical (policy) sustainability e.g. urban food production.
Any enquiries to: Neil- 0422 148 956 - Helen- 0431 035 540
Proceeds to various poetry groups, in conjunction with “VIABLE HUMAN MOB”
P.T.O. for MORE
TOO Be Held in Conjunction With ~ V.H.M. (viable Human Mob’z)
“Garage Sale wit Garage Band’z” & >>>Random Fundraiser<<<
Will be LAUNCH Of the Latest ZiNE of Poetry,
N J (BRiLO) Pattinson’s “Double Edged Sword”
This Saturday, it’s Rose Lucas (VIC), Mitchell Thompson + Chase Houghton as our features on 4th November 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
Rose Lucas is a Melbourne poet and academic. Her first collection , Even in the Dark (UWAP 2013) won the Mary Gilmore prize. Her second collection, Unexpected Clearing (UWAP) was published in 2016. She is currently completing her third collection, At the Point of Seeing. She will be in Perth to co-host a doctoral Writing Retreat with ECU.
Poetry by Janet Kickett, Yvonne Kickett, Deborah Moody, Merle Narkle-Goodwin, Alf Taylor, Rosalie Quartermaine, Julie Wynne, Daniel Hansen, Hayden Kickett and more.
Live music by Ian Wilkes and members of the Perth Symphony Orchestra.
When: Sunday 5 November 2017 2pm
Where: Link Theater, 89 Duke Street East
This Saturday, it’s Neil J (BRiLO) Pattinson as our feature, 28th October 2017 at Perth Poetry Club.
Neil J (BriLO) Pattinson uses Playbill, Algerian, Showcard Gothic, Ravie, and Impact with a passion. It pervades his bio, poetry and his new book – worst kept secret. The book will be available for pre-launch sale, with launch event details to be announced, at the gig.
The Tom Collins Poetry Prize is an annual competition inaugurated by FAWWA in 1975 in memory of Australian author Joseph Furphy (1843 - 1912) who wrote the classic Such is Life, under the name Tom Collins.
1st prize: $1,000. 2nd prize: $200. 3rd prize: $100.
Poem length: up to 60 lines
Limit of five entries per person
$10 for each entry
The Tom Collins Poetry Prize is one of Australia’s most prestigious poetry prizes, with first place being awarded a $1,000 prize.