Spoken Word Feed

It was awesome to be in the city last night, in a funky little laneway bar listening to poets reading their poems from issue 2 of Mantissa Poetry Review. I have raved about this journal before - it's my favourite print journal because of it's amazing design and layout as... Read more →

Photo credit: Helena Plazza Photo credit: Rowan White Last night saw me at Hares and Hyenas in Fitzroy, getting ready for In Bed with Amy and Friends as a part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Amy Bodossian is an incredibly talented and creative soul who can sing, write phenomenal poetry... Read more →

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 →

I spent yesterady afternoon at the Motley Bauhaus in Fitzroy listening to a fabulous range of poets strutting their stuff at the P-Word Sessions. The P-Word Sessions are a monthly event hosted by Amanada Anastasi and Anthony WP O'Sullivan. It's a brilliant event. First up is the open mic with... Read more →

I was back at Bunjil Place last night for Littlefoot and Co's monthly spoken word event and it was packed. The feature was Joel Evans, the man behind the scenes who makes events in the City of Casey happen and everyone was there to say farewell as it was his... Read more →

Stoked to be part of this great podcast from Words Out Loud in Ballarat, Victoria as part of the 2020 Melbourne Spoken Word & Poetry Festival Online. You'll find my poems The Problem, The Shift and But What Does It Mean plus a whole heap of poems by some great... Read more →