The next reading will feature:
Tony Lintermans lives on the coast south of Melbourne. The gap between his The Shed Manifesto and his most recent poetry book, Weather Walks In (2013) is long but has been ‘dangerously productive’. His most recent work is a history of community activism around affordable housing (2016).
Moya Pacey lives in Canberra and her first collection, The Wardrobe, was runner up for the ACT Writers’ Centre Poetry Award. In 2015, she published One Last Border: poetry for refugees with Hazel Hall and Sandra Renew (Ginninderra Press).
Alan Gould‘s fourteenth volume of poems is Charlie Twirl (UWA Press 2017). He has won awards for both his poetry and his fiction, and presently working on a book of essays on Shakespeare’s astonishing powers of characterisation.
Admission: $10 waged, $5 unwaged.
Reading starts at 7:30 pm.
For more details and to RSVP email Geoff Page at firstname.lastname@example.org