Monthly Archives: October 2011

Brisbane: John Wainwright

I met Brisbane poet John Wainwright at a workshop I facilitated as part of the Queensland Poetry Festival. All of us in the classroom were captivated by his poem, A Poetess. I saw Her Again Today. The poem draws the … Continue reading

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Overdue sex and splinters …

I’m well overdue for a post. I’ve been on the road for two weeks – went through Sydney, Melbourne, Launceston and Adelaide for various festivals, events and workshops. The trip was great, but it’s fantastic to be back home with … Continue reading

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Darwin and her secrets …

Beneath Darwin’s CBD there are oil tunnels that are left over from WWII. They were created to store oil in a less conspicuous and, thus, safer manner. Lately, I’ve been working in an office that’s right above these tunnels that … Continue reading

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Yeppoon – Kristin Hannaford

I continue to meet beautiful poets all over the country. When I was at the Queensland Poetry Festival, I came across Kristin Hannaford. Kristin has what appears to be an idyllic life in Yeppoon which is on the coast just … Continue reading

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