I’m going to be on the radio! If you're in Melbourne, tune into Spoken Word on community radio 3CR (that's 855 on the AM dial) tomorrow, Thursday 16th September, at 9am to hear me being interviewed by the wonderful Melbourne musician, photographer and poet, Brendan Bonsack. If you can't tune... Read more →


Last night was incredible. Listening to all the amazing poets on the open mic as well as sharing the stage with my fellow feature Helen Bradwell at Open Studio in Northcote. Open Studio is a warm, cosy and friendly venue that has hot drinks, crepes and snacks as well as... Read more →


As you know, cabinets of curiosity (or Wunderkammer as they were originally known) are my latest craft obsession. Cabinets of curiosity originated in the Golden Age of Exploration (1400 - 1600s). Intrepid European explorers were discovering 'new' lands and bringing back all manner of curious specimens. Wealthy collectors displayed their... Read more →


I'm super excited to announce that next month I'm going to be joining Helen Bradwell as one of the featured artists for Girls On Key in Melbourne! the event takes place in the fabulous Open Studio in Northcote. Girls On Key are a fabulous organisation who support female and gender... Read more →


It flies in from South Australia and lands in my letterbox. This small, elegant journal of twenty pages. Lovingly edited and curated by Joan Fenney it is a delight to read. And I am delighted to say that my poem, Nana's Kitchen is one of the poems in the June... Read more →


Even though I'm supposed to be in Sydney this weekend and I'm not. Even though I'm supposed to be seeing Hamilton, The Musical this afternoon and I'm not. Even though I'm meant to be catching up with relatives and I'm not. Even though I'm not getting to do all those... Read more →


I'm super excited to have not one, but two poems appearing in Legacy, Issue 32 of the Indian journal, Teetsa Review. It's the first time my poetry has left these shores (if you don't count the copy of my first book, Defenestration which is at my Uncle's house in Panadura,... Read more →